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A ’60s, “old-school, family-run Italian” in the heart of Chelsea that’s still a “characterful” classic for its loyal fan club, especially for a family occasion (and with “a lovely garden in summer”); even some fans might however concede that to some extent it’s “living on its past, and very expensive”.
This perennially fashionable ’60s trattoria, at World’s End, is a real “golden oldie”, say fans – “just how an Italian ought to be”; those who look at the telescope from the other end, however, may perceive a “dinosaur” that’s “subsiding into expensive mediocrity”.
“Retaining some of its old magic”, this long-established trattoria “all-rounder” (with legendary garden) still pleases the faithful with its “comfortable” charms; critics, though, say it’s “overpriced, even for Chelsea”, and find standards “very average” nowadays.
La Famiglia Restaurant Diner Reviews
"The food is better prepared than on recent visits, and the staff is most accommodating. Our group of four spent three pleasant hours, enjoying the dining room. The menu is quite extensive."
7 Langton St, London, SW10 0JL
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lunch noon - 2.45 pm, dinner 7 pm - 11.45 pm
Last orders: 11 pm