Rossopomodoro Covent Garden Restaurant

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This chain of Neapolitan dining establishments should be doing something right – from simple roots back in Naples; it’s turned into a group of more than 80 places worldwide. There are eight now in London, including this branch, on Monmouth Street.

The chain’s principles are one that adheres to those Neapolitan roots. The food menu varies from newly baked bread, bruschetta, antipasti plates to salads, timeless Italian pasta meals, and a home special of black ink linguine with prawns and cherry tomatoes. The elastic, chewy pizzas are made with Neapolitan flour and offered a blast in the wood-fired oven.

The red wine list adheres to Italy, and the glass offers the majority of. There’s Birra Moretti, spumanti and limonata made from Sorrento lemons, too. A brief mixed drink list consists of rossinis, negronis, bloody marys, and espresso martinis.

Rossopomodoro – Covent Garden

We were born in Naples, the house of pizza, and we’ve lived and breathed Neapolitan food ever because. If you are running late, please make sure to let us understand; we’ll hold your table for 15 minutes.

Address:

50-52 Monmouth Street

London

WC2H 9EP

Transportation:

Tube: Covent Garden tube

Cost:

Main dish ₤ 7- ₤ 14. Set lunch (noon-3pm Mon-Fri) ₤ 9.99 2 courses

Opening hours:

Mon– Thurs: midday– 11pm. Fri– Sat: midday– 11.30 pm. Sun: midday– 10pm.

We bang in the middle of London’s West End with shopping and theatres on our doorstep. We’re a short stride from television station at both Leicester Square and Covent Garden.

Information:

COST RANGE:

$ 10 – $21.

CUISINES:

Italian, Pizza, European, Neapolitan, Campania, Southern-Italian.

Unique Diets.

Vegetarian Friendly, Vegan Options, Gluten Free Options.

The chain’s values are one that sticks to those Neapolitan roots. The food menu varies from newly baked bread, bruschetta, antipasti plates to salads, timeless Italian pasta meals, and a home special of black ink linguine with prawns and cherry tomatoes. The elastic, chewy pizzas are made with Neapolitan flour and offered a blast in the wood-fired oven.

We were born in Naples– the house of pizza–and we’ve lived and breathed Neapolitan food ever considering that. If you are running late, please make sure to let us understand; we’ll hold your table for 15 minutes.