Conde Nast Traveller – An affordable, crowd pleasing Italian place with a view that will wow out-of-towners and grumpy Londoners alike.
Quintessentially – Tavolino’s Italian menu spotlights the best produce from the UK and Italy, as well as ingredients by niche and speciality suppliers.
The Telegraph – If you’ve got no room for dessert then instead thank Mother Eve for the frozen espresso martinis, a genius invention, heatwave or not. It’s like they know exactly what I want before I’ve even thought of it myself.
The Evening Standard – Thames-side Tavolino where the terrace hums: over icy Negronis and plates of fresh pasta, take in the view of Tower Bridge, the Shard and City Hall.
Harper’s Bazaar – On a summer’s evening, sitting outside on the expansive terrace feels akin to being on holiday, framing London at its best as the sun sets over the river. Views aside, the menu is so enticing you’ll find yourself dithering over what to order. The pasta options are bountiful, but we’d recommend the silk handkerchiefs, with walnut butter and confit Burford Brown yolk. Wash it down with Tavolino’s take on a classic limoncello.
Tatler – Serendipitously opened at a time when most of us feel most comfortable eating outdoors, Tavolino boasts one of the best al fresco dining views in London. The river-side Italian is unpretentious and unfussy, yet with an elevated menu using some of the finest Italian and local produce on offer
Time Out – Tavolino – a just launched Italian place in London Bridge – which has amazing river views.
Hello! Magazine – The Italian restaurant has a prime view of Tower Bridge, making it an idyllic setting for an al fresco meal. We ordered all the homemade fresh pasta dishes and there were empty plates all around. The burrata and grilled zucchini scarce melts in your mouth.
The Infatuation – The huge terrace overlooking Tower Bridge, might be our favourite place to eat Cacio E Pepe. A negroni or two won’t hurt either.
Olive – Tavolino is perfect for a casual date night or a small birthday dinner with friends. Definitely a restaurant worth keeping in your back pocket when looking for somewhere relaxed, relatively affordable with the bonus of a great riverside view.