Post the heart-melting film that is A Street Cat Named Bob, me and Charlie (of PCT fame) headed off to enjoy some pizza. This little pizzeria nestled in the heart of maritime Greenwich has a cozy interior and welcoming staff.
Bianco 43 claims to offer up traditional italian pizza with fresh dough made from a blend of flours by an authentic nepolitian chef, and it doesn’t disappoint. The dough was lovely, really spongy and not too many burnt parts around the edge, although a little floppy in the centre.
My choice, was the simple D.O.P. (Cherry tomato, Basil and Buffolo Mozzerella) which had toppings galore! I love a good amount of cheese and this pizza didn’t disappoint. Charlie opted for Pancetta e Patate (Pancetta, Baked Potatoes, Rosemary and Smoked Cheese) mostly because potato on a pizza.
My pizza was good overall, but a bit sloppy due to tomato, and a flimsy base, it was a knife and fork job. I almost couldn’t finish it as it was so filling and Charlie gave up with a slice to go (quitter) but said the potato worked pretty well on a pizza, so there you go. You can now have fries on a pizza and it’s all good.
Bianco 43 is a nice intimate place to grab some lovely food, which wasn’t super expensive. Therefore Bianco 43 gets 7/10.