Ponti's (London) Reviews
Description:Covent Garden / Piccadilly Circus.
Newest Review: ... from cooked breakfasts (including a vegetarian one), to porridge, baguettes, toast and fruit salad. Within 5 minutes a waitress came to take our order. Dad went for Ponti's No2 Breakfast Special (Scrambled egg, back bacon, Cumberland sausage, baked beans and toast), while I chose toast & strawberry jam and seasonal fruit salad. We both chose the freshly squeezed orange juice to ... more
Customer Ponti's (London) Reviews (2)
by - written on 21/02/09
I visited the Pontis restaurant, Covent Garden with three friends at the beginning of February 2009. The chicken was cold on the Panini and the tables were dirty. I was surprised, as this was different to the Pontis restaurant I had visited in the Summer where I had no complaints. The following morning one of my friends and myself had sickness and diarrhoea lasting for three days. I contacted the company by email twice and as yet they have not acknowledged my email. I have also tried to phone and do not get a reply.I will not be using this Restaurant again, as the customer care in my opinion is appauling. I am in the process of reporting them to the environmental officer for inspection.Thanks for readingLauraine7
by - written on 01/11/08 (Very useful, 320 readings)
Ponti's in Covent Garden is one of a group of 18 Italian restaurants in and around London. Ponti's can be found in the Central Market Buildings at Covent Garden. Coming from the tube station, walk straight down the street towards the Central Market Buildings and in through the first arch. Ponti's will be on your left. Having had breakfast at Ponti's in Covent Garden previously, We decided to go there again while in London this week. One sign of a good restaurant is when the customers return. Upon entering Ponti's there was a sign saying "Wait here to be seated", but after waiting a few minutes and being passed a few times be ... Read the complete review
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