We are closed from 24th Dec 2016 untill 2nd January 2017
SANDY'S, a traditional pizzeria of family values and authentic tastes aspires to share with you a beautiful experience of Corsican Pizza in a cosy atmosphere.
To enhance this experience we are very proud to share with you not only our delicious pizzas made from French flour and gruyere cheese, but also our pastas, salads and homemade desserts, which will remind you of your childhood while sitting at your grandmother's kitchen table.
We love our heritage but felt you would appreciate a touch of modernity, hence for the fulfilment of your sweet tooth we are modern and sophisticated in our presentation. We believe you deserve only the best of the freshest produce and ingredients, which you will experience in every bite of our food and while you indulge in our "impossible to resist" desserts. Beware; your taste buds will be guiding you back to us for more.... Bon Apetit!.
More About Us
Situated in the prestigious location of Portman Village, a stroll away from Marylebone and Mayfair.
SANDY'S will seat up to 36 people inside and 8 people outside in the summer months, and looks forward to welcome you with open arms. Since you will be coming to a home atmosphere to eat, there is no need for a reservation if it is just the 2 of you however, please do call us if you are more than 4 people.
Corsica is an island in the Mediterranean sea which is also known as the Island of Beauty. The food of Corsica can best be defined as a fusion of the French and Italian cuisines, due to its close geographical positions with the two countries.
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WHAT TIMOUT SAYS ABOUT SANDY'S?
This Corsican restaurant in Marble Arch riffs on the Mediterranean island's French and Italian influence, with a menu that borrows from the cuisines of both. Pizzas with a French bent are the kinds of thing to expect.
In addition to these fusion pizzas (think a 'Napolean Bonaparte', made with tomato, gruyere, ham, mushrooms and olives) the menu features classic Italian pasta dishes, traditional Corsican charcuterie, chevre chaud and a Calvi salad. And if you think you've got the concept? Think again: there's a tapas sharing platter, too.
The wine list keeps to the ethos – more or less. Expect bottles from Languedoc, Calvi, Provence, Bourgogne and Epernay, with a couple from Chile thrown in for good measure. Beers include Kronenbourg and Pietra – an amber beer from Corsica.