- 1 Prezzo Connection Numbers:
- 2 Prezzo Opening Hours
- 3 Prezzo Head Office Address
- 4 Reasons to call the Prezzo head office:
- 5 Prezzo Menu
- 6 Prezzo Takeaway
- 7 Prezzo Vouchers
- 8 Prezzo London
- 9 Popular questions about Prezzo
- 10 Where to buy Prezzo gift vouchers?
- 11 Are Prezzo fries gluten free?
- 12 How to make Prezzo saffron sauce
- 13 Where is Prezzo in Manchester?
- 14 How many Prezzo restaurants in UK?
- 15 How much do Prezzo pay?
- 16 About Prezzo
Prezzo Connection Numbers:
|Head Office||0844 248 2699|
|Customer Service||0844 248 2699|
|Complaints||0844 248 2699|
By calling the above numbers, we can connect you to those Prezzo departments. All calls to this number cost 7 pence per minute, plus your telephone network access charge. Please note we are not associated with any of the companies listed on this website. We offer a call connection service.
Prezzo Opening Hours
Prezzo Head Office Address
|Head Office||Prezzo Limited
8 Johnston Road
Essex IG8 0XA
Reasons to call the Prezzo head office:
- To find the location of your closest Prezzo restaurant.
- To find out nutritional information or dietary guidance regarding meals served at Prezzo restaurants.
- To contact the HR department with regards to a vacancy at Prezzo or the recruitment process.
- To contact payroll if you are an employee and you have a question regarding your wages.
- To escalate a complaint that you feel has not been resolved by the Prezzo restaurant that you visited.
Prezzo focuses on Italian cuisine. For starters, you can choose from flatbreads to share, garlic pizza bread, bruschetta, prawns served with sourdough, antipasto or a sharing board. Prezzo has a selection of freshly baked pizzas from basic Margherita to wild mushroom or a trio of pork. You can create your own ideal pizza by adding extra toppings too. You’ll also find ‘executive pizzas’ like prawn and calabrese and steak and rocket. For something a little different, try a calzone which is essentially a folded pizza. Pasta is a menu option and it is available as a classic option (which can also be made gluten-free) or a light option, served with a side salad. You’ll find every type of pasta from Penne Arrabbiata to spaghetti bolognese or lobster and crab tortellini. You’ll also find lasagna. If you have a craving for a meaty dish, you’ll find roasted pork belly or chargrilled chicken breast or an Italian burger. For a taste of classic Italy, you can order tasty risotto cooked in wine and stock. If you like the idea of a fresh salad, there are several to choose from such as duck and sweet chilli or superfood bean and goat’s cheese. For side dishes, opt for truffle-infused fries, caesar salad or mashed potato.
For dessert, you can enjoy sticky toffee pudding, cheesecake or pannacotta. There is also a specials menu which alters regularly depending on seasonal produce as well as a lunch menu where you can get two courses for £9.99 between Monday-Friday, 12-5pm.
You can order from your local Prezzo restaurant online and collect from there once your food is ready. You can order the full Prezzo menu, including starters and desserts. If you are unable to collect from the restaurant, you can order through Deliveroo who will be able to deliver your order to you. Note that Deliveroo is only available for certain restaurants, whereas collection is available at practically every Prezzo restaurant.
Prezzo regularly has offers available for customers. The best way to hear about these offers is to sign up for email alerts and follow Prezzo on social media. For example, current offers include ‘2nd main for £2.50’. You can also get Tesco Clubcard vouchers to spend at Prezzo as well as finding voucher codes online.
There are several branches of Prezzo across Central and outer London. The branches include Northumberland Avenue, St. Martins Lane, Haymarket, Glasshouse Street, New Oxford Street, Euston Station and Kings Cross. You can always find your closest Prezzo by entering your postcode or town on the ‘find and book’ page of the website- you can even book a table if you know when you’re going to be visiting.
Popular questions about Prezzo
Where to buy Prezzo gift vouchers?
You can purchase both physical gift cards and gift cards to be sent via email directly from the Prezzo website. Gift cards are also available to be purchased in Tesco.
Are Prezzo fries gluten free?
Unfortunately, Prezzo fries are not gluten free. However, Prezzo does have an extensive gluten-free menu available from the website- you’ll find pizzas, pastas, risottos and grill dishes. For sides, the mashed potato is gluten free.
How to make Prezzo saffron sauce
There is no recipe available for Prezzo’s specific saffron sauce, however, you will find plenty of recipes on the internet that are not affiliated with Prezzo but are relatively similar.
Where is Prezzo in Manchester?
There are several branches of Prezzo in Manchester. The first is located in the Printworks entertainment hub, just across the road from Victoria Train Station. The second branch is located on Deansgate. The third branch is located in the Lowry Shopping Centre, Manchester.
How many Prezzo restaurants in UK?
There are now over 280 branches of Prezzo in the UK. Some branches are located in historical buildings or places of interest, such as an old library or bank, which brings a different spin to your meal and creates an interesting atmosphere.
How much do Prezzo pay?
Prezzo has not officially released it’s hourly wage rate, but it is expected to be between £5-7 an hour for a waiter, depending on age, and £8+ for floor supervisors, managers and chefs.
Johnathan Kaye, the company’s chief executive, opened the first Prezzo restaurant in Central London in 2000. Today, there are almost 300 branches of Prezzo. The company branched into Ireland by opening its first restaurant there in February 2016.
The Kaye family are well known for having origins in the restaurant business. Johnathan’s father ran the Golden Egg Café chain in the 1960s and his cousins are the founders of Ask and Zizzi- they now sit on Prezzo’s board of directors.
In 2011, the famous chef Aldo Zilli designed four pizzas exclusively for Prezzo. They now remain on the menu as ‘V.I.Pizzas’ and are larger and more indulgent than the standard pizza menu.
That same year, Prezzo was awarded the best casual dining award at the Menu Innovation and Development Awards. Johnathan Kaye was also named ‘restauranteur of the year’ in the Caterer and Hospitality Catey Awards of 2011.
For more information about Prezzo products and services, call the Prezzo head office contact number on this page.