Conveniently located adjacent to Goodfare is Al Parco Pizza Bar. Aimed at the discerning pizza lover, the oven baked pizzas and accompaniments at Al Parco are true to their Italian origin where healthy eating and uncompromising taste is a pre-requisite. The versatile wine list, selected from renowned provences across the world assures a perfect compliment to every meal. Al Parco Pizza Bar has a relaxed, informal ambience whether enjoying a sit-down meal or a fleeting take away visit.
Venue Details & Map
Al Parco Pizza Bar - Camden
28 ParkwayPrimrose HillLondonNW1 7AH
- Public transport:
- Camden Town, Underground
If you're near Camden and looking to get away from the crowds and have a coffee break, this may be the spot for you. The coffee was good and the service adequate. The pizza (at the next table over) looked good and I may have to try that next time. If the weather is warm and/or sunny, they have some nice outdoor tables on the sidewalk/pavement, which give you the perfect vantage point for...more
We had a solid lunch with street food at King's Cross, then walked along Regent's Canal and when we arrived in Camden, we needed some strong and high quality coffee. Al Parco drew our attention with its striped shades and small round tables outside, it looked Italian and promising. And we were not mistaken - the Illy each of us ordered was good and strong and my Americano was a real one.
If you're looking to indulge in carb rich goodness keep searching. Got three pizzas here last night for the family and was not impressed.
If the restaurant reads Yelp (and they should), I implore your to rework your dough. I think your friends and family are being to nice, or don't want to hurt your feelings, because the truth is your dough is kinda terrible. And if your dough isn't good,...more
That's how I felt about this place.
I suppose going out for a date in Camden Town guarantees that it'll be a bit tacky and a bit touristy though, right? It's my own fault, really.
...and food wise? My goats cheese pizza had no goats cheese, the rocket tasted as though it was off and I spent the entire meal dreaming of Pizza East.
I guess the icing on the cake was the table of...more
My friend and I went here the other night after drinks in Spread Eagle and before going onto a gig at The Wheelbarrow so knew we needed sustenance! We liked the look of Al Parco as it was an independent in an area surrounded by chain restaurants.
We were greeted by friendly staff on arrival and given enough time to make our choices. I liked the decor of the place especially the photo by our...more