The delightful ASK Italian restaurant found in the Spice Quay area of London's Southbank is the perfect spot for some Italian dining by the river.<br/><br/>Housed in the trendy Butler's Wharf development, this riverside branch of the ever popular ASK Italian restaurant franchise is based in a stunning converted warehouse and mixes urban industrial with contemporary chic to perfection. The quayside al fresco seating is a big hit in the summertime and the views are simply stunning. <br/><br/>Tuck into delicious Italian dishes such as the Capra Grill (ciabatta with melted goat's cheese, beef tomatoes and caramelised onions) or the seafood risotto with clams, mussels, prawns, squid and a tomato, spring onion, garlic and white wine sauce.
Venue Details & Map
34 Shad Thames,Butlers WharfLondon Bridge,Shad ThamesLondonSE1 2YG
- +44 20 7403 4545
Been waiting for 3 hours to get some food! Bad service and lousy waiters!
Eventually food came for my table mates but as I'm writing this they're having late diner and I'm just writing my review.
Thank god for Pokemon Go and a nearby gym and pokestopmore
ASK Italian, London Bridge - It was only I became a mum, to my 13 month (and still in training mode) old child, that I had to think carefully about the place when we dine out. Now, I need to know if it is stroller friendly, has proper high chair, the appropriateness of the ambience, was there baby changing room, etc. My little one is still not able to eat a kids meal but we already need to...more
Average food, slow and erratic service. The location looking at Tower Bridge is great but everything else is distinctly moderate.more
I went to ASK italian with a group of friends. Mind you we went there because we were next door drinking and didn't want to go eat pizza.
We waited for about 30-45 minutes to get seated but it was not an issue. We weren't starving while waiting. Mind you, we had a 25% off coupon for the whole bill which made our whole meal that much more delicious when we were done paying for the...more
A lovely place for al fresco dining. We had to wait a short while for a table, but one did materialise.
The food was pretty good (linguine genovese were cooked correctly!) and services, while slow due to being overwhelmed on the first summer night of 2012, was very nice.
I would definitely go back :)more