Discover Restaurants offering the best Southern-Italian food in London, England, United Kingdom. Ancient tradition and contemporary trend meet in age-old London. One of the most cosmopolitan and dynamic destinations on earth, for centuries the British capital has been on the forefront of whatever has been deemed cutting edge, en vogue, and topical. A thriving metropolis of several million people with a global reach and a worldly outlook, London is at its heart a series of small, interconnected villages with the framework and infrastructure of a modern city joining them together, yet seldom denying each its own distinctive character.
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5 based on 143 reviews
Flavours of Puglia -Independent Italian Restaurant with homemade Pasta & stone baked Pizza. Terra Rossa in Islington is an Italian restaurant proudly serving up gorgeous cuisine from the sun-kissed, food-loving region of Puglia. If you wish to escape the
As usual, based on trip advisor reviews I had high expectations. I am sorry but I found all the dishes quite average. One starter, two pastas and two dessert, all of them were ok but not great. Pastas dishes cost an average of 12-15 pounds but - for that price- I was expecting at least homemade fresh pasta. Semifreddo was more a Veryfreddo. I am sure you can do it better Dear Loredana,thank you very much for your review. I'm sorry we didn't meet your expectation. Just give me the chance to say that most of our dishes are with fresh pasta, homemade here or from Apulian artisan that send us an amazing product. This doesn't change the fact you didn't enjoy it as you were expecting. Sorry about it.I hope you will give us another chance
4 based on 676 reviews
We were a party of 12 and descended on this lovely little restaurant pre booked on a Saturday evening. The staff were really friendly, the food outstanding. Pizzas are a specialty and were very popular perfectly baked and homemade. Every part of our meal for every individual was excellent and even with us all there the atmosphere was âItalianâ. Well worth a trip if in the area.
4 based on 310 reviews
Nestled in the corner of the historic Kensington Square (off Kensington High Street) is the Italian restaurant Grato, the second venture from the founders. This split level restaurant is beautifully decorated creating a relaxing ambiance inside and outsid
Visited at lunchtime on Saturday. It was pleasantly quiet. The staff gave a warm and friendly welcome. The food was authentically Italian and the portion sizes were good, not too big, not too small. Highly recommend the crab pasta. Service charge is included on the bill, and for 2 people having starters mains and drinks it came to just over Â£50, so not too expensive either. If youâre after authentic Italian food in a serene setting, look no further! (And about a 15 minute walk from the Royal Albert Hall if visiting!).
4 based on 440 reviews
We've been in London for the past week, staying in Camden, and only tonight came upon this restaurant via other reviews. We are so glad we ate here before heading home. The food was absolutely amazing. Authentic Italian cuisine in a really quaint and friendly atmosphere. Had we tried this earlier in our stay we would've went back another time to explore the menu more!
5 based on 185 reviews
Authentic Italian pizzeria.
The best pizza ever, ever, ever... better than in Naples. The parmigiana pizza is my favourite thing ever Hi jwjones Thanks for your kind words! We are really happy to see that you appreciated our pizza, Your words make us proud and tell us that we are on the right way! Thanks again and see you soon!
5 based on 410 reviews
Where today you see The Prince of Greenwich is the historical Victorian "Albert" which changed its name during the last few years. It still keeps the charm and the integrity of this beautiful historical building, know with the dÃ©cor from La Rosa Collectio
Walked in with family and was greeted by owner who couldnât do enough to make us feel welcome. He made sure we was ok.
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