Having quickly found a loyal following at Blackheath, London’s most authentic Pizzeria Restaurant Bianco 43 is open daily from lunch until late. You’ll be hard-pressed to find any foodie who doesn’t at least make a monthly trip to this gem of an Italian restaurant. And Bianco 43 are taking pride in their Italian heritage, all staff members are Italian, all recipes straight from Napoli – make sure to make a reservation early.
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I’ve been to Bianco43 on Saturday night, the food it’s absolutely tasty and the staff very friendly!
Food was ok, service was friendly enough, but restaurant was very quiet and the pumped music wasn't particularly great (if I want dance music I can go elsewhere, when I want to dance). Starters are very expensive - they may be wonderful but we didn't get any because they were similar prices to main courses. At the end of our meal we wanted dessert wine/liqueur and from a menu of around 10-15 things they only had one in stock, which was pretty bad. But main courses were alright.
The restaurant said that they didn't receive my on line booking though I had proof of reservation. My booking was for 6pm for 3 people, I did wonder what would happen if this was a peak time booking that hadn't supposedly been received.
There’s nothing more romantic than Italian food – don’t believe us? Make a trip down to Bianco 43,
London’s most authentic Italian restaurant, and see for yourself. The Blackheath restaurant feels like
a tiny Italian exclave smack in the middle of London, with its Italian staff members, tried and tested
authentic recipes and beautiful décor.
The staff are very friendly, making sure to assist you in any way they can and help you pick out an Italian dish that’s just right to your taste. Blackheath’s Bianco 43 is a foodie’s dream come true. And about Italian food being romantic: there’s probably nothing as beautiful as taking a seat at a table with candles set and being served treats from the Mediterranean, all the while listening to the soothing sounds of Italian radio playing in the background...