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47 Camberwell Church StreetCamberwellLondonSE5 8TR
- +44 (0)20 7207 1612
- Public transport:
- Denmark Hill, National Railway
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I have been here twice for lunch and i must say its a very nice place to eat Small and friendly restaurant.
On the first visit i had a vegetarian lasagna "Not by choice" my cousin insisted i should try it and it was not bad considering i am not vegetarian and I'm not a fan of Veg.... On my 2nd visit i had a pasta dish it was amazing.
The prices are decent and portions are quiet filling......more
I went with a friend and her housemate who practically live here. This was evident by the father-like attentions of the waiters (consummate pros all, our prosecco was constantly topped up without feeling pressured to drink a ton) and the fact that the food is really good. I liked the wallpaper and the room was really nice - good wood tables and romantic without being cheesey.
I had king...more
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I feel slightly as my parents may have felt in the 70's and 80's. Chirpy waiters chat freely over cheesy pop to their regular customers in a large wood and garish wallpaper lined back room. It's comfortable, if not particularly stylish. The menu is as they'd have expected, lined with straight forward pasta, fish and meat standards. There's no...more
The banner outside reads 'Italian Cafe' but it is definitely more than that. Possibly is referred to as a cafe because of its low prices, but it has all the customer service and atmosphere of a restaurant. Don't expect the tiny pretentious portions of some restaurants, they are not stingy which is always good especially when you pay £6.95 for Pasta Carbonora. It is not an exquisite taste,...more
Caravaggios only arrived in Camberwell in 2007 but feels like its been there for years already. It's the staff, they've made the site theirs; it has a real community feel; the friendly, charming waiters will remember your name and treat you with proper Italian hospitality.
There is a small café area at the front where I love to bag a booth, and sit with a coffee/tea and a book, to while some...more