Where Fine Food,Wine and Service Meets Italian Ambience - IL BIANCO Ristorante&Pizzeria
£25 and under
Having been to this restaurant around 4-5 times now, I'm going to join the crowd and say Il Bianco is one of the better Italian restaurants I have experienced.
Its location is a mystery to me. It's close to the Ibis hotel, so perhaps it gets some tourists, and its other main source of customers must be from the developments surrounding it. I don't presume to think for one second that people...more
Well on a cold Wednesday work trip to London I found myself checking into my Ibis Docklands hotel around 8:30pm.
I needed food....I am JD...I am well known for my need for food. I looked at the menu in the bar.....this was not going to do. I needed Yelp and I needed it fast.
Whats that....a 4 star Italian restaurant 0.1 miles away. No way? This is London....nothing is ever that easy. It...more
This place for the price is one of the best Italian Restaurants in London. The food is awesome and bursting with flavor, reminiscent of a quant Italian Restaurant in Sicily. Start off Agilio (Garlic and Rosemary Bread,) Olive Miste, Bruschetta San Daniele (if you can't have ham then get the plain Bruschetta). If you like Ravioli with Ricotta cheese, then you must try the Ravioli Di...more
This place looked so promising!
Last night, the hubs and I called in for pizza delivery, 1 hour and 45 minutes and 4 phone calls later the pizza arrives burnt, not cut up with the toppings in the bottom of the box instead of on the pizza.
There was no apology for either the extreme lateness (it is only 5 minutes away), burnt / ruined pizza. They simply forgot our order...as Americans we...more
For all the residents of the glass-and-steel, sanitized development of New Providence Wharf, this is an oasis of sorts. With the restaurants of the O2 on the other side of the river, and those of Canary Wharf at least a mile away, this is the perfect place for a weekend take-away, when you need something better than postbox-menu pizza. Under the circumstances, it's rather fortunate that this...more