I do like a Pizza Express pizza, so while visiting Glasgow and with a voucher for a bargain meal, we decided to pay it a visit.
(It's always worth Googling for vouchers before going to chains, especially Pizza restaurants, as you can often find a bargain)
Situated at 436 Sauchiehall Street, there is no parking outside, but there are car parks around the area.
We went on a Saturday afternoon, it was quite busy but strangely there only seemed to be three staff on - one waitress, one chef and a waiter that swapped between waiting on tables and making pizzas.
As you might imagine, service was quite slow. Even a simple jug of water took some time to arrive, and there was a long long wait inbetween having our sharing starter of Dough Balls and the pizzas.
Other tables were looking a little disgruntled, but we were in no hurry so just sat it out.
Pizzas were great, as usual. Never had a bad pizza in pizza express. The staff, although rushed off their feet, were very pleasant.
May I recommend the Giardiniera (Asparagus, artichokes, mushrooms, red peppers, santos tomatoes, olives, garlic oil, tomato & pesto base) I did skip the peppers, but the rest was delicious.
Hubby had a chicken & onion pizza, always good quality 'proper' chicken.
This is the website for the Pizza Express chain. (Don't forget to Google for vouchers)