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South Bank, London
We use only the finest and freshest ingredients such as sin... show more
We use only the finest and freshest ingredients such as single vineyard extra virgin olive oil, prosciutto and Buffalo mozzarella to provide exactly the kind of r show less
4 ST. Paul's Churchyard, Southbank Centre, London EC4M 8AY
- Waterloo Station (0.3 km)
- Embankment Tube Station (0.4 km)
- Waterloo Railway Station (0.3 km)
- Waterloo East Station (0.5 km)
- Contact us:
020 7248 7178
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Severn Drive, London RM14 1QF
We have a huge variety of cupcakes on offer, each and every one baked to order by hand from our secret recipe ensuring the softest, lightest sponge imaginable. You can choose from all kinds of themes and flavours, or use our bespoke service.....
9 reviews of Strada in English
I came to this restaurant after having my graduation in the building above (why i cannot remember the building above i do not know, i mean it’s my graduation right?). Anyway, It was quite busy, but thats how you judge whether a place is good right, well not all the time. Well I can assure you it was good. First of all, strada pride themselves on presentation and this place look beautiful. I distinctly remembered the mirrored walls. The service was excellent even though staff had to deal with a large amount of people. And the food came on time.
would definitely recommend it.
Now back to that most pertinent question, where did my graduation take place….
review edit: Ah royal festival hall!
I felt like cake and a drink. Since I get heart problems after coffee, I asked the waiter whether they do decaf (it didn't say on the menu). He's like sure, no problem. Another waiter soon brings my "decaf latte".
On the way home, my heart was racing and I couldn't sleep until early morning. No way this has been a decaf.
The cake was lovely, and the view too but still I wouldn't go again.
The last few Strada experiences have been a disappointment, and Saturday’s visit to the Southbank branch have been no exception.
Even though the place was not as packed as it can get, it was too noisy to have a conversation, turning this into much more of a “fast food” experience than necessary.
The complimentary bottle of filtered water is very welcome, but everything else just seems rather overpriced.
The menu is actually quite long, but everyone just tends to opt for the pizza. I wish they’d alter the toppings a from time to time.
On this occasion I opted for a “Caprese” salad. At a hefty £8.50 this consisted of half an avocado, a lot of mozzarella and tomato - no dressing. A very boring dinner.
This Strada branch Is very large, so if you need to wait for a table, don’t worry, it wont take too long!
They have an outdoor area so if it’s warm enough I’d recommend sitting out there as you get great views of London over the river. The food is good and the pizzas are big an very tasty!!
The main quality of this venue is the beautiful sight you have from there on St Paul’s cathedral.
The food is not amazing but it is still not too expensive. The pizzas are alright and the staff not too helpless so it is a good place to stop by for a quick bite to eat and a great view.
It can even be romantic if you are not looking for grand cuisine.
An absolute bargain! If you're looking for quality italian food at reasonable prices in London, then Strada will do the job. It's one of my favourite pizzerias in London where you can dine in a relaxed atmosphere. Pizzas are thin crusted, clay oven baked with fresh ingredients. You can't go wrong.
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