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On Westminster Bridge Road, close to Waterloo station and within short walking distance to South Bank’s many sights, let London’s The Italian Cotto show you the goods – and by that we mean their amazing array of tantalizing Italian dishes and Mediterranean food. Great wines meet wholesome and tasty homemade food at this great Lambeth restaurant. And of course we can’t talk about an Italian restaurant without mentioning the beautifully prepared pasta and salads. Come by and enjoy their wonderful pizzas, all lovingly made from fine ingredients. The Italian Cotto on Westminster Bridge Road is your gateway to the Mediterranean.
Committed to bringing you the best of the best Mediterranean flavours, Lambeth’s The Italian Cotto on Westminster Bridge Road, close to Waterloo Station and a number of top attractions like the Imperial War Museum, County Hall and St George's Cathedral, serves cuisine that’s always fresh, using only the finest imported ingredients and seasonal produce. The vegetables and pasta ingredients are carefully selected featuring a high percentage of local and organic products. Like your food fresh and lovingly prepared? Good. Need it prepared a special way because of allergies? No problem. London’s The Italian Cotto looks out for their customers with dietary restrictions and the staff is always knowledgeable about what goes into each and every meal.
Using many organic and all-natural ingredients, The Italian Cotto’s pizza alone is a standout among the many varieties in London’s Lambeth. The Italian Cotto even prepares purely vegetarian and gluten-free varieties – try finding that in the neighbourhood. It’s an entirely different approach and philosophy, one that celebrates the fine flavours of the healthy and light ingredients so synonymous with Mediterranean cuisine, all the while ensuring high quality and wonderful taste. Enjoy!
The staff were so lovely and accommodating. As someone who suffers from coeliac, the food was great - they even had fresh warm bread I could eat! What a great find.
Our first dinner in London. great experience both as food and as courtesy and availability of staff. Absolutely to try. very careful also to gluten free
A beautiful place where the food is fantastic and even gluten free. We would like return on Sunday but it was closed. We will return.