Cantina del Ponte (London) Reviews
Newest Review: ... topping nor one with pepperoni. Between a friend and myself, we ordered the prosciutto pizza and the seafood pizza. I was really looking forward to my dinner because I had worked up an appetite but I was a bit disappointed when it arrived. I was hoping for a 'deep pan' but I got a wafer thin crust. I was also surprised to find that their pizzas (other than the cheese and tomato) did not have a tomato base nor the compulsory sprinkling of grated cheese. For me, those are the core ingredients of a good pizza, together with the base, of course. As the prosciutto pizza didn't have a tomato base, if you picked up a slice of pizza... more
Customer Cantina del Ponte (London) Reviews (1)
by - written on 31/07/01, updated on 31/07/01 (Very useful, 113 readings)
This is an Italian restaurant which is situated on the banks of the Thames overlooking the Tower Bridge. It is part of the Conran Group. The setting couldn't be any more picturesque. Having just graduated and still living off a student budget, I found this place slightly too expensive, (Maybe £10 to £15 for a main course) but I suppose you are paying for the prime location. As I love pizzas (which student doesn't?) and they were the cheapest (£7.50 for a main course on the menu, I decided thats what I would have. Unfortunately, there were only 5 or 6 toppings to choose from: Cheese and Tomato, Prosciutto and Basil, Marinara (seafood) and perhaps one ... Read the complete review
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