Proudly traditional, Bianco 43 Pizzeria Ristorante has a fiercely loyal following in London’s leafy neighbourhood of Greenwich. Open daily from lunch until late, you’ll be hard pushed to find any local foodie who doesn’t make at least a monthly trip to this, South East London’s most authentic Italian restaurant. Comfortable and friendly, at Bianco 43 the service is just as important as the food, staff keenly smiling and ready to assist in any way they can to make sure you enjoy your every moment of your visit, whether it’s a speedy lunch with a colleague or a lingering romantic dinner. Having kitted out the kitchen in the very best gear, including a maestro built Neapolitan wood fired pizza oven, the Bianco 43 kitchen team pride themselves on the extreme authenticity of their food. Pizzas are overseen by comes to the restaurant straight from Naples while regional dishes are mastered by Venetian chef Giovanni, all using the best available and most traditmaster ‘Pizzaiuolo’ Gennaro.
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Venue Details & Map
43 Greenwich Church StreetGreenwichLondonSE10 9BL
- Public transport:
- Cutty Sark (DLR), National Railway
The food was unbelievably catered to English palate and the staff said so as well, when we complained that the food was so bland. The only redeeming feature is that the staff and service are nice, location is brilliant and wine selections are good. Maybe the pizza is good - I didn't stick around to try. our starters and main course (I got a seafood pasta) were so bad I vowed never to return....more
As a huge fan and resident of Greenwich, not to mention a total Italophile, I wanted to love this place.
Unfortunately, despite the food being great, the service was just appalling:
- We booked a table prior - no sign of it when we arrived, so they pushed two tables together. Not a problem.
- They wanted to clear the air on the ground floor so instead of turning the AC unit on, they wedged...more
I love this place, I eat here at least twice a month. This is one of the better pizzas I've had in London, I'd put it on par to Franco Mancas. The prices are a bit steeper for pizza than Francos but they're almost triple the size. There's a massive wood fire oven and you can see the chef roll out the dough and put the toppings on it.
Besides a range of pizzas, they also have fantastic pasta...more
Blistered pizza crust and homemade pasta- what's not to love?! Unfortunately the service was rather cold and I honestly don't believe they had bookings for ALL of the tables that we had to sit right in the middle of waiters manouvering around us to get to other tables, even though we did ask whether we could switch tables. Alot of the diners after us were tourists so, i can hardly believe they...more
This is a pretty high three stars but I have only been there once. I had the pappardelle with mushroom and duck, the wife had a spaghetti with seafood and the kids had lasagna, pasta genovese (with pesto) and a pizza with prosciutto crudo and mushrooms. We were all happy with our food choices and the Tuscan house wine (Santa Lucia) was fine.
Afterwards, the espresso (Illy beans) was excellent...more