A lively wine bar and restaurant, Azzurro presents authentic Italian cuisine in vibrant surroundings opposite the London Dungeon. Fine European beers are served up alongside New World wines.<br/><br/>Using fresh and healthy ingredients, Italian classics are given a contemporary edge at Azzurro restaurant in London Bridge. The dining room features old church pews, heavy wooden tables and eclectic furnishings.
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Azzurro Italian Bar & Kitchen
35 Tooley StreetSouthwarkLondonSE1 2QJ
- +44 (0)20 7407 5267
- Public transport:
- London Bridge, Underground
Their gluten free carbonara pasta was really delicious. The service was so-so but I'm beginning to think that's a cultural difference. The location of the restaurant makes it a very cool architectural building and I really enjoyed the ambiance and decor.more
Not really a fan of this place. Friends & I were starving as soon as we disembarked from the London Bridge tube & it was raining so this was the next best place to go.
The moment we walked in, the greeter seemed as if he couldn't seat us at a table..a bit discombobulated. We ordererd lasagna & pasta matched with apple juice. The Lasgne was delicious.For dessert, my friend ordered the...more
Really unappealing food, quite tasteless salmon and overall and awful chain feel ala the Olive Garden in the USA. Only saving grace was free wifi and decent chips, no doubt not house made. If in the area, go to Shad for indian just down the road instead!more
Definitely this is the best chain Italian out there!
Has a good variety on it's menu and both the pasta and pizza are pretty good.
If you want a cheap and quick dinner, definitely try this out.more
I've been to a couple of these and to this one a few times now. As well as the usual 'Italian' fair of pizza and pasta, they also have a variety of main dishes such as salmon, chicken, etc served with potatoes, etc. Not wanting anything to carb high i opted for the fish which was cooked ok and for pudding cheesecake.
The food was OK and wine good. I think these chains are good for an...more