Fans reckon this family-run pizzeria is “a real gem” and an asset to Greenwich with its cracking atmosphere and “the best pizzas ever”. Bianco by name and by design, with white-painted walls and chairs, it spreads over two cosily proportioned floors, dotted with Sicilian prints. The white theme extends to the pizzas, so you’ll find a fistful of ‘pizze bianche’ (no tomato sauce) with lashings of mozzarella, plus toppings such as Italian sausage and broccoli, alongside classic margherita and quattro stagioni. Ground-floor tables afford a glimpse of the wood-fired oven, which gives the “steaming” pizzas their delightfully crispy crust. Homemade pastas, grills and trattoria staples are also available, while a crisp, floral Prosecco from Jeio Bisol is among the interesting bins on the regional wine list. Most of the punters and waiters are Italian –“always a good sign”.
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