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A beautiful blend of style and impeccable Italian cuisine, Little Napoli is casual yet chic London dining at its finest. With an open wood fired kitchen, minimalist interior design complete with low lighting and food that transcends what you thought you knew about pizza, this White City Bush restaurant is just what you’ve been looking for. You’ll find Little Napoli along Uxbridge Road, where they offer a range of traditional pizza, insalata and al forno sourced from ingredients directly from the Napoli region of Italy – talk about authenticity. This London restaurant is going from strength the strength in all regards, so be sure to book a space to avoid missing out – you won’t be disappointed.
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Delicious Neapolitan pizza!!! Very nice staff in a very convenient location. The restaurant is not very big, it is better to book a table! Absolutely to try!!!
The pizza was nice enough but the waitress was perhaps the least capable we've ever had. She seemed surprised that all 6 of us wanted both food and a beverage, didn't smile once all lunchtime, when we clearly asked for tap water, said 'still or sparkling?' and all in all made us feel we were taking up her valuable time. There was only one other group eating, a table of 2. We tried to be smiley and positive but got nothing back. Sorry, we thought Little Napoli might be a local gem but can't imagine going back.
Lovely Neapolitan pizza in a little shop at a reasonable price. Perhaps could have a bit more toppings and a little less oil? Nevertheless, would visit again.