Pulia is just a few minute walk from London Borough Market. Beautiful decor, the mild lights and ambience transports you to a different world.
Their Menu :
To quench our thirst we first ordered an orange juice. After a really really long time tasted such a fresh fantastic orange juice. Glad it wasn’t straight out from a can.
Pulia is famous for its traditionally made Burrata Cheese. So obviously our main course choice was Burratta with fresh grilled vegetables & pumpkin seeds. For £13.95 we felt that there could have been some more of those fresh grilled veggies along with this cheese 🙂
We ordered the mixed baked products board for us to share. The croquettes were a tad bit high on salt. The veg filling was evenly coated with bread crumbs. The textures were great though.
My favorite of the lot was those mini pancerottis which had mozeralla cheese & tomato inside. Not heavy as a calzone. The outer layer was slightly thick yet crispy. The mozz cheese was oozing out and addition of tomato gave a nice tangy taste to it. Absolutely delicious little packs of heaven.
Some of the clicks from their in-store section.
Each and every course of meal was well explained by the waitress and overall experience was satisfying. The staffs were extremely polite and courteous.
Since we had plans of eating Indian savory snacks and masala chai during the evening, we had to skip dessert. Didn’t over eat at Pulia 😉 Will be visiting again soon to try out their breads,pasta and desserts.
If you are in and around London Bridge area, looking for an authentic Italian place then you must definitely visit Pulia. Fine dining experience gaurenteed and I am sure you will not be disappointed.
36 Stoney St, London SE1 9LB
Website : http://pulia.com/
**The views mentioned here are completely mine and this is not a paid review.