A Night At Rossopomodoro & John Lewis Kingston

A Night At Rossopomodoro & John Lewis Kingston

As a Stay-At-Home-Mum, I sadly don't have a work Christmas party to attend. But luckily as a blogger, I sometimes get invited to Christmassy events. Last week, the lovely people of John Lewis Kingston invited me and some other bloggers for an evening of crafts and yummy food.

Now, I am not very good at crafts. But give me some Cava and I am happy to have a go. We all had a good laugh and got a chance to chat before dinner. If you haven't been to John Lewis Kingston recently, they have a new pizza restaurant: Rossopomodoro.

If you've never been to Rossopomodoro before (there are 11 restaurants - nine in London, one in Birmingham and one in Newcastle, they make the yummiest pizza straight from Naples. You can even watch as they make the pizzas (and there are pizza-making parties for kids). We all shared some olive and sun-dried tomato breads. And as I had been before, and eaten the pizza, I tried the seafood pasta. We were all too full for dessert but finished the meal with more Cava and some mint tea.

If you're after a nice, and not slow, family meal in Kingston, why not pop on over to Rossopomodoro. The kids menu is a great deal (£7 for two courses and a drink). And you'll love the pizza, I promise.

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I was invited for a meal and a craft for the purpose of this review. All opinions expressed are entirely my own.

 

 

One thought on “A Night At Rossopomodoro & John Lewis Kingston

  1. This looks like such a great event - and a great restaurant too. I grew up on the Kingston/Surbiton border and walked past JL to school every day. The views of the Thames around there are something I will never forget although we aren't too local anymore. It sounds like a great evening x

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