After the screening of Ice Age Collision Course, we headed straight around the corner to Pizza Express for more Ice Age fun, oh and delicious food of course. We were invited to try out the new Summer activities and to see how Sid and his Ice Age friends have taken over the Piccolo Menu.
After just watching and enjoying Ice Age Collision Course, the kids were very excited to get to Pizza Express and take part in all the puzzles and games on the Ice Age activity sheet included in their Piccolo menu.
Pizza Express are also running a fab competition to win a trip to Hollywood by creating a picture of their favourite Ice Age character with their favourite Pizza Express pizza, so I encouraged them to all have a go at that- Hollywood, here we come! Maybe.
This kept them happy while we waited for our food.
The kids started with dough balls, a garlic butter dip and and bright and crunchy vegetables.
Danny and I shared olives.
There was more activity book fun in between courses!
For their mains the kids chose Margherita Pizza.
Ceri went for the Margherita Bufala.
While I went for the vegan option, the Pianta (the photo doesn’t do it justice), which was delicious. It had less rocket on top than usual but that wasn’t a bad thing. Pizza Express also allow you to bring in your own (unopened) pack of vegan cheese to add to vegan pizzas. This is a great idea!
Danny went for something hot! All of the kids enjoyed their food as they always do at Pizza Express.
The girls even had dessert (I was far too full to choose one but they do offer a vegan sorbet). They all went for the Chocolate Brownie, which was nicely presented with a strawberry and icing sugar on top.
It was a delicious meal with friendly, attentive waiters, great activity pack and the perfect meal to watch after a cinema trip to Ice Age Collision Course.
Thank you Pizza Express for inviting us to try this menu for the purposes of review.