Mimmo La Buffala

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Using his experience as founding member of the global Italian chain 'Fratelli la Bufala', Mimmo has decided to move forward with his own brand - 'Mimmo La Bufala'.

Now an "indispensable fixture of hampstead" (Hardens 2012), the restaurant serves healthy and traditional Southern Italian cuisine with a contemporary flare.

With many awards and nominations over the last 8 years, Mimmo's restaurant showcases the gastronomic heritage of Naples with critically acclaimed pizzas, pasta, fish and meat dishes. Unlike many other restaurants that claim to cook pizzas the Italian way, Mimmo's real wood-fired oven ensures extraordinarily tasty and authentic pizzas, using the finest, Italian toppings.

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45A South End Road, Belsize Park, London, NW3 2QB

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+44 (0)20 7435 7814

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Mimmo La Buffala

Address
45A South End Road
Belsize Park
London
NW3 2QB
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Hampstead Heath, National Railway

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4 out of 5 based on 1 review

Top review of Mimmo La Buffala

4.0 out of 5 28 November 2012
by Jonathan E.

This is a somewhat fancy, white linen, piano-in-the-corner Italian place worthy of a special evening with a special someone.

Or in my case... the need for some decent pizza.

After 2 years of being spoiled by an amazing variety of pie places in Brooklyn, I can no longer suffer anything made by a chain or supermarket. In other words, I've become a pizza snob.

I even get picky about how it's...more