Just a short walk from London Bridge Tube station, 'O ver is a new Italian restaurant focusing primarily on pizza.
The restaurant, located in Southwark Street, held a launch party on July 28 and getwestlondon was lucky enough to book a spot just a few days later.
The building itself is slightly triangular, with that brand new smell immediate from the moment you walk in.
Hungry for our starters, my friend Alex and I order the Mozzarella Di Bufala Campana and the courgette and flour starter from the specials menu.
Immaculately presented with a dash of tomato sauce and herbs, the mozzarella is a great start to the evening - offering a tasty dish without overdoing things.
But in what was arguably the finest dish of the night, the courgette and flour starter was superb - filled with flavoursome cheese but with perfectly delicate coating.
On to our pizzas and we chose the Paloma and Parma.
The Paloma comprises smoked mozzarella with mushrooms, pancetta, black pepper and basil making for a pleasant dish, although one that seemed a little too crust-heavy for me.
Meanwhile the Parma pizza blends prosciutto di Parma, organic rocket and grated parmesan - full of flavour and the best of the two pizzas we tried.
In line with previous dishes, the desserts are presented superbly. We ordered the Mediterraneo and the Cassatina.
The Mediterraneo, a pistacho and almond ice cream mini cake, was a real treat and the Cassatina - baked cookie layered with ricotta cheese and dark chocolate drops deserves similar praise.
'O ver is a throughly good restaurant with a range of interesting dishes, setting it ahead of other competitors in the inflated market of Italian food.
getwestlondon gives 'O ver three stars out of five.