This Camden branch of the Neapolitan pizza chain is located down Jamestown Road and is one of over 80 venues worldwide. Offering up classics, such as Arancini (deep-fried risotto balls), bruschetta and pasta.
Their stretchy, traditional style pizza is made from flour shipped over from Naples and blasted in a mosaic-encrusted, wood-fired oven. There’s a good wine list showcasing some regional Italian numbers and a selection of cocktails.
10 Jamestown Rd
|Opening hours:||Monday – Thursday:12:00 – 23:00 Friday – Saturday:12:00 – 23:30 Sunday:12:00 – 22:00|
|Transport:||Tube: Camden Town|
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Average User Rating
3.6 / 5
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I went here because I got a voucher for a free pizza. The pizza was very good would recommend it! However, the service is appalling. The restaurant had three other tables occupied when we were there and it took a good 15 minutes for anyone to take our order. From there on the process was extremely slow. Since I was getting free pizza I didn't mind that much BUT if I was a fully paying customer I would not have been happy at all. On top of it the prices are very high and at the end of the day who wants to pay over £10 for a pizza?! For a chain not great.
Been to this place for the first time for their happy hour. I must say i was really impressed! The food is delicious and all staff happy to be there and help, there was a real happy buzz! Also they do this 241 on drinks Mondays to Wednesdays...on ALL drinks. Even the most expensive bottle in the house! Amazing value for money! Well done guys! Will definitely be back.
This is the only place I've been able to find authentic Neapolitan pizza in London (the manager is from Naples and I think much of the staff must be as well). The mozzarella is fresh, creamy, and flavorsome, which makes all the difference. The simple, classic pizza margherita was fantastic. You pay a lot more for a great pizza and a beer here than you would in Italy, but I imagine that's down to the cost of quality ingredients.
As a frequent visitor to the south of Italy I was very happy with the quality of the mozzarella, tasted very authentic and creamy. I asked the waiter where they bought it and it comes straight from Italy! overall i found the food to be very tasty and the waiting staff friendly :-)
Poor quality, poor choice, poor quantity. Very disappointed after being introduced to rossopomodoro in Milan the London branch does not compare. Lacking in flavour, lacking in portion size and for this I would expect it it to 1/3 of the price.