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Porcini

Restaurants, Italian Fulham
3 out of 5 stars
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Time Out says

Located on North End Road, Fulham, this authentic pizzeria has been running since 2010. The pizzas and calzones - cooked in a traditional wood burning pizza oven - range from pizza pollo (chicken, dolcelatte, red onion, tomato and mozzarella) to a tonno e gamberetti - a pizza with tiger prawns, tuna, anchovies, garlic, chilli and coriander. You can create your own, too - and have it delivered, should you fancy dining at home. 

It's not all pizzas, though. The menu takes in pasta and risotto dishes, as well as Italian salads and house specials that include veal Milanese, fresh cod served with mixed herbs and bistecca al barolo - sirloin steak with a red wine and onion sauce.  

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Address: 244 North End Road
London
SW6 1NL
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Users say (4)

3 out of 5 stars

Average User Rating

2.5 / 5

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LiveReviews|4
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Awful place. Dirty restaurant with rude staff. Famous for its vermin sightings. Avoid!

Tastemaker

Lovely smiles and service, with true Italians serving. We got a plate of crusty, hot bread for free which was lovely. I got the vegan gluten-free pizza; my husband the pizza bella and my friend the seafood pasta. Mine had a chickpea flour vase and whilst covered with veg and sprinkled with arugula, I think it was tasteless. But my husband and friend said it wasn’t so bad! I liked my husband’s chewy crust better; not the best pizza I’ve had but decent enough. My friend seemed to enjoy her seafood pasta which was a good portion size. What was surprisingly great was the house white and red wine; the white was dry just like I asked and the red wine had a spicy kick at the end.


Service very slow and staff very un-attentive to a lone female. Pizza very average.

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This is the best Italian I have ever tried in London, service can be a little slow if they are busy, and the wine is a bit on the pricey side for a small restaurant. However the food is impeccable! I can't recommend a dish as I believe you should try them all. Italian chefs and staff. Well worth a visit.

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