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Made in Italy
Italian Restaurant
Today 12:00 – 11:30 pm
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249 King's Rd London SW3 5EL United Kingdom
249 King's RdGBLondonSW3 5EL
+44 20 7352
Italian RestaurantToday 12:00 – 11:30 pm
Monday 6:00 – 11:30 pmTuesday 12:00 – 11:30 pmWednesday 12:00 – 11:30 pmThursday 12:00 – 11:30 pmFriday 12:00 – 11:30 pmSaturday 12:00 – 11:30 pmSunday 12:00 – 10:30 pm
Mouthwatering pizzas baked in traditional Italian wood-fire oven and served in the most warm and welcoming atmosphere! An authentic taste of Italy.
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Rustic restaurant serving thincrust pizza by the metre on wooden sharing boards, with roof terrace.- Google
People talk about the soho, poor service, italian pizza, genuine italian and roof terrace
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Nicole Bayvhon
reviewed 2 months ago
This place is always packed due to their great food, great beer, and a very lively atmosphere. Any of their many pizzas are amazing. Pizza comes on a wood table and in large portion. The crust is very thin and flavourful and lots of toppings. And I also like their pasta sampler trio. I have never been disappointed with any of their other food. All the foods are really delicious, flavourful, and surely fresh. Ambiance is good and service is always prompt. Definitely a good place to bring the family, and have a great meal.
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Cheryl Hung
reviewed a year ago
Very very slow service, even on a seemingly quiet Saturday evening, but the food was pretty tasty and varied compared to most Italian restaurants. The £12.90 homemade pasta with clams was good, as was the ridiccio salad with anchovies, olives and pine nuts. I was less impressed with the £5.95 dessert (an obviously reheated chocolate souffle) and everything was, in general, a bit oversalted. They also add a 12.5% service charge.
emma twine
reviewed a year ago
we went on a friday night and were lucky to get a table - was very busy, would definitely recommend booking on the weekends. the staff were lovely - the maitre de was particularly cheerful, and really looked after us. we shared the mixed antipasti (super nice and a really good mix - meats and bruschetta and roast veg etc) then shared two pizzas, which were satisfying. it was presented on a board which was quite fun (if a little wobbly) it all came to £52 (with a very nice bottle of wine) which was quite a bit, but we did have a really nice time. one downside is the decor is pastiche to the max, bit of a shame!
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louise hart
reviewed 10 months ago
Went there as part of a group for a birthday celebration. We'd arranged for their £21.65 deal which was supposed to provide a selection of starters and and as much pizza as we would like. Which on paper sounds good. What we actually got was a pretty poor selection of starters (none of the delicious sounding things they have on their menu - instead just very basic bruschetta, and bit of ham) followed by a really tiny amount of pizza for the number of people present. The pizza itself was reasonably tasty but the restaurant was so absurdly slow to bring out more (which seemed to be a deliberate policy/reluctance ), we ended up with only 3-4 slices each. To add to the experience, they had seated us under the open rooftop on the top floor which was nice to start with but became pretty cold as the evening went on (not unsurprising in London at this time of year) and they seemed surprised at our request to shut it and eventually informed us they were unable to climb up to shut it until a particular table nearby had finished and left so we were left to shiver for an hour. To top it off they then had the audacity to whack on a 12.5% service to the bill. Wouldn't recommend unless you like paying a lot of money for a tiny amount of basic pizza arriving at the speed of an asthmatic snail.
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Thomas Price
reviewed 9 months ago
The best pizza period! & at a very fair price - excellent cheese steaks no need to travel anywhere else - only wish they were open sun.
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Roberto Mirandola
reviewed a year ago
The food isn't that tasty as it sticks to “classic” (which means “dull”) pizza and pasta dishes. Unfortunately it's not that great in terms of execution either: it's the usual Italian for the English crowd with quantity taking precedence over quality, rather than lovingly crafted versions of authentic dishes. It's in the “cheap n cheerful” category coming in at under £20 a head.