Restaurateur of the moment, Stevie Parle (Dock Kitchen, Rotorino et al), opened his fifth London restaurant in January 2017, in Clerkenwell. Named for one of the seven hills of Ancient Rome, Palatino is an all-day restaurant celebrating the food of the city.
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Palatino is a new Italian restaurant with a focus on the food of Rome. Situated in Clerkenwell Palatino is Stevie Parle's fifth restaurant and is open for breakfats, lunch & dinner Monday to Saturday.
In addition to the A la carte menu the restaurant offers weekly specials and a 2 | 3 course Presto menu at lunchtimes and early weekday evenings.
Richard Blackwell - former Head Chef at The Dock Kitchen
Stevie Parle is Executive Chef / Owner
Palatino Restaurant Diner Reviews
"Fantastic new Italian restaurant in Clerkenwell"
"Once past the office style reception, I loved it. Food is Italian but original - Sicilian and puglian influences. Giuseppe, the head waiter, knows his stuff and looks after you - some of the younger staff were still trying to learn what the menu was. But food is spot on and very reasonable indeed."
"Lovely space, comfortable banquettes and friendly service in support of very good food. A neighborhood ambience topped it off. We'll be back for sure"
"The restaurant is a good airy space, with a mix of tables, booths and one long sharing table. Booths are best. The food is authentically Roman: meat eaters should go for the bombolotti ragu and saltimbocca, though the chicken and pancetta meatballs with the smoothest-ever polenta are hard to turn down. Vegetarians have good choices too. You have to order the fried sage leaves. Everybody does."
71 Central Street, London, EC1V 8AB
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Mon - Sat noon - 3 pm; 5.30 pm - 10 pm; Sun closed
Last orders: 10 pm