My daughter and I were craving pizza after having several traditional British meals. We did a search on Trip Advisor for a pizzeria near us. The map showed it on the blackfriar bridge. We looked for about a half hour until giving up.... Then actually stumbled across it. It's on the downtown side of the Thames, left side as you look at the river. You won't see it from the road. There is a passage and staircase that leads you up land over into the little alleyway where Harry's is. It's next to Apothecarie's Hall (Famous ). Only the locals seem to find it. It was worth the challenge finding it. Great service. Pizza was flavorful. I think everyone that worked there was Italian. The Sorento (4 Cheese) which has some Blue Cheese so heads up. I had the Antonio and it was delicious. Garlic bread very good too. My daughter and I sat outside although the inside looked inviting. We complimented them on the food and the owner came over and kissed my daughter on the cheek. It's now her favorite place in London.
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