Most times when we go to London to visit our Italian friends we end up in this place.
I've lost count of the number of times we've been.
It's one of a chain that originated in Naples - which happens to be where Pizza originated, and also where our friends come from.
And it happens to be just opposite the hospital, just a walk away from our old flat.
Anyhow, if a Neapolitan family doesn't know where to get a good Pizza, who does? So that is what we usually have.
And it's very good, though not particularly cheap. But then again, this is London - and worse still, Chelsea.
The other dishes are pretty good, too.
Not a gourmet experience, but pretty quick.
It's usually crowded so I suggest booking.
I'm not sure about the service, to be honest. I suspect you get treated better if you're Italian, but I may be talking through my hat.
(I've actually eaten in the original Pizza restaurant, which is in a somewhat dangerous part of Naples. They only do two kinds of Pizza and disapprove of all the silly concoctions you see nowadays. It cost us 12 Euros for two - including beer).
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