What: Buongiorno e Buonasera
In a nutshell: Roman-style pizzeria
Summing it all up: Pizzaiola and Rome native Marco Montuori is hoping his lighter pizzas will go down a storm with Londoners and tourists alike.
A new pizzeria has opened on Baker Street, hoping to bring the delights of Roman-style pizzas to the central London masses. Buongiorno e Buonasera, which already has two branches in Oxford, reckons it has something a little different for pizza fans. Their oval shaped bases are made from organic, non-GMO wheat, soy and rice flour. They're left leavening for 48 hours and the end pizza is a lot lighter apparently than the usual Neapolitan ones we're used to.
As the name suggests, it's actually going to be an all day affair. So for breakfasts, they'll be offering an Italian way to start the day with dishes like a brunch twist on Carbonara and porcini mushrooms with eggs and truffle as well as Italian pastries.
Pizzas include: Porcini e Salsiccia – Tomato sauce, mozzarella, porcini mushrooms, Italian sausages, parsley, scamorza cheese cream - £10.90 or £6.50 (half pizza) Romana – Bufala mozzarella, mortadella, pistachio di bronte cream - £12.90 or £7.00 (half pizza) Vegana – Artichoke cream, Italian spinach, mushrooms, cherry tomatoes - £9.50 or £6.50 (half pizza)
And if you like what you try, the restaurant's Italian Quality Corner, sells a range of Italian groceries like Barilla pasta, Mutti chopped tomatoes, Monini olive oil, Nonno Nanni cheese, Faraglia coffee and the handmade salami of Amatrice’s Salumificio Sano.
More about Buongiorno e Buonasera
Where is it? 58 Baker Street, London W1U 7DD
When does it open? Open now, Monday to Sunday 7am – 10pm
How to book: Details
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