My love of Salerno - and Gnocchi alla sorrentina - made me try this place out. Friendly Italian staff, good decor, and delicious Campanian food.
We eat here on Friday evening. Staff were friendly and menu and prices looked good. We both had bruschetta to start. It tasted great and portion was large. Had ravioli for main. Tomato sauce was excellent. Friend had the tuna pasta which was lovely. Portions were also good size. We arrived early at around 6.15 so we easily got a... More
I've eaten here several times recently. Nice people, good food and wine, reasonable prices for London. On a couple of visits there seemed to be as many customers speaking Italian as English, which must be a good sign!
We decided to come out of theatreland and nearer our hotel to find something to eat. At 11 pm choices were a little limited and although this looks dated and is as hip as other places, the service was incredibly friendly and we had a great post theatre supper before walking back to our nearby hotel.
Last week I stumbled on The Old Amalfi, I was one of a group of five and we found this place by sheer luck. Hungry after a fantastic day in London we were greeted by a very pleasant waiter who took us to our seats, the decor said expensive but the prices were very reasonable. I ordered the Penne Norma... More
Sat outside as no tables inside. Advised table inside would be 10 -15minutes which is acceptable. Table offered next to kitchen and on the hottest weekend of the year not really my choice. Food arrived after some time, delivered by the restaurant lead, my pizza very burnt on edges, could be seen very easily. No comments made by the restaurant... More
2nd time in this restaurant and enjoyed it again. Authentic basic Italian food, nothing fancy. But very tasty as if you are really in the south of Italy. For the 2nd time a large group celebrated there so i guess it means the place is well known to locals. Service was fast and helpful, dishes nice in size and very... More
I was in a near by Hotel and visited this restaurant 02 times in four days. I really enjoyed. Perfect for a couple with two Latin American kids who does not appreciated too sophisticated food. Good pizzas, excellent lasagna and very good ribeye on Tuscany style. The best were the wines. I tried the Barolo at 35 pounds in the... More
Good service and I liked the decor. Food was tasty and satisfying. I started with a simple veg soup - pumpkin and courgette - which was subtly rich and enjoyable. (It takes a good soup to impress me) Bread was delicious I normally get bored by pizza but this one was good (Quatro stagione - that old standard). My companions... More
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