Jazz@PizzaExpress is best-run international venue

Dubai restaurant named Best-Run International PizzaExpress Restaurant

PizzaExpress UAE managing director Anand Radia
PizzaExpress UAE managing director Anand Radia

Soon after its head chef won the Best Pizzaiolo award, Jazz@PizzaExpress has been named the 'Best-Run International PizzaExpress Restaurant'.

The announcement was made at an awards ceremony at the Grand Hotel Vesuvio in Naples, Italy. Jazz@PizzaExpress fought off competition from more than 70 PizzaExpress outlets outside the UK to secure the award.

The judging panel said: “Jazz’s remarkable food, extensive menu, impeccable service and impressive revenue,” were key factors in the decision.

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Anand Radia, managing director of PizzaExpress UAE said: "We are extremely honoured to walk away with this trophy. This is the result of the hard work put in by the entire team - I am very proud of every single one of them.”

"This also comes just one week after chef Khan won the Best Pizzaiolo award in London – so it’s been quite a month for PizzaExpress UAE,” continued Radia.

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