I don't normally tell people these things, but...I have a new lover.
Want to meet him?
Say heyyyy to Soho Joe.
I was warmly welcomed into the arms of Soho Joe after ambling around Dean Street; the seduction of the candle light illuminating from within was just too much to resist.
Dark, warm, and sensuous.
That's my Soho Joe.
Joe's Special: Roasted peppers, grilled aubergine, black olives, mozzarella, parma ham, on tomato and fresh basil sauce
The Vegetarian: Mozzarella, mushrooms, roasted red pepper, grilled aubergine, artichoke, and some extra black olives on tomato and fresh basil sauce.
Joe's impressive size ;]
Just one more...
I don't normally get this excited about pizza, but daaaaymn Joe has some serious sex appeal.
Joe serves up rustic, home made Italian food.
With all their pizzas priced at £9 each, how could I say no?
I went for Joe's Special, and B. had the Vegetarian.
All their pizzas are made in a huge stone oven at the back.
Giving Joe's pizza that crisp crust.
You can tell that Joe's pizza's are made with love, from the first bite the pizza base just melts in your mouth and then you are hit with the sweetness of the roasted peppers, the charred aubergines, which is balanced by the salty sweetness of the olives and the hum of the parma ham. (Joe's Special Pizza)
Joe doesn't just serve pizza, for £9-11 he also dishes up steaks, burgers and pastas.
The atmosphere at Joe's is so relaxed that striking up conversations with the guys on the table next to you is pretty standard.
This place is definitely somewhere to impress your date, or a just to be loud and boisterous with your friends.
22-25 Dean Street,
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