Giuseppe’s Ristorante Italiano on Borough High Street is a cosy and affordable eatery, offering mouth-watering cuisine that tastes like it has come straight from mama’s kitchen. In fact, many of Giuseppe’s authentic Italian dishes are prepared.
£25 and under
Venue Details & Map
47-49 Borough High StreetSouthwarkLondonSE1 1NB
- Public transport:
- London Bridge, Underground
If you're looking for simple, no-fuss Italian then you're in the right place. Make sure you make a reso if you don't want to wait - this place is cozy and tends to get busy.
Not the best Italian I've had, but not the worst. It's a cute restaurant and the staff are great (on the weekends they have a guy serenading the guests...it's entertaining - in a cringing sort of way, but after a bottle...more
Strangest experience --
The food was very basic Italian.
The uninspired house salad had mixed greens with tomatoes and cheese. The dressing was poured on at the table from the waitress -- olive oil.
The house wine was lifeless.
The house bread was tasteless served with mediocre olive oil and balsamic.
I had the house spaghetti. The spaghetti was a tasteless box variety tossed in a...more
Fantastic little Italian restaurant located in a basement on Borough High St.
Dark and warming, candlelit with cool pictures on the walls.
This old family run restaurant seems to have a fair bit of history about it and has been established for a long time. The atmosphere is very cosy and welcoming - without being stereotypical it kind of reminds me of a restaurant the Italian Mafia or...more
A definition of a hole in a wall. It is off an alley near London Bridge station. I have always wondered what was in there.
You walk thru the doors and down the stairs you are transported to another place. There is a guy singing tunes like Frank Sintra songs and the service is pretty decent. The food is good. The portion size for the price is excellent.
If you want decent Italian food...more
This is the kind of place you'd only know about if you get taken there by someone who's already been - it's a hidden gem literally 30 seconds walk from London Bridge station, and tucked away just off the main road. You have to really look for it, take a few steps down a slightly dodgy looking alley way, and then down a staircase, but once you're in, you won't be sorry. The food is gorgeous - I...more