Restaurant Review – Sacro Cuore

For the last few months, I have heard much about Sacro Cuore in Kensal Rise so I had to go and see for myself.  Never one to pass on pizza that is cooked in a brick-fire oven, of course.  It was a quirky spot with wine bottles around the counters and a pizza box denoting open/closed on the door.  The weather was not ideal for dining alfresco but there is a terrace area (see below) that will be used in warmer weather.

Kew Gardens 029

On a recent visit, we opted for the Boscaiola (£8.95) and Campagnola (£9.95) pizzas.  I did not have to watching them cook the Boscaiola long; a couple of minutes and it was ready. 

Sacro Cuore Pizza

The Campagnola was not far behind.  The pizzas had thin crusts and had a nice crunch.

Sacro Cuore Pizza 2

Though I prefer the atmosphere of Pizza East and maybe even the pizza, this is a good spot and worth a visit if you are near if you need a quick bite to eat, place to meet friends, or a take away. 

Reasonably priced, good atmosphere, and attentive staff…until I get the outdoor brick oven I am dreaming of, I will be back.

45 Chamberlayne Road
London
NW10 3NB

Tel: 0208 960 8558

Opening hours:
Mon–Fri 6–10.30
Sat–Sun 12–10.30

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