This chic and modern restaurant serves traditional Italian food with a gourmet touch, at reasonable prices. Fans praise its simple and beautifully executed dishes, along with its cosy atmosphere and friendly, accommodating staff.
Camerino is an elegant restaurant that explores the regional cuisines of Italy through a classic yet thoroughly modern menu. Head chef Valerio Daros has a wealth of culinary experience, including four years as sous-chef for Giorgio Locatelli. Regulars are fans of both the food and the friendly, intimate atmosphere.
The food philosophy at Fratelli La Bufala is based on simple cooking methods, and authentic and nutritional ingredients. Dishes are cooked in a traditional rural Italian way, with an emphasis on quality and freshness.
The Gun is the latest gastropub offering from Tom and Ed Martin, whose past ventures include the White Swan in Fetter Lane. Head chef Scott Wade creates an elegant and indulgent menu which features fish purchased daily from nearby Billingsgate market.
Koba offers a zesty, enticing Korean menu in a very ‘now’ setting. Its varied menu includes pancakes, casseroles and rice dishes, and its speciality ‘table bbq’ is fast becoming a favourite amongst North Soho diners.
Owners Nigel Platts-Martin and Philip Howard are used to success and The Ledbury is no exception, having proved popular with the Notting Hill locals since its opening. The menu features an exciting blend of flavours, presented with style.
Nuovi Sapori means ‘new tastes’ in Italian, which is precisely what owner Carlo Petitto and head chef Fernando Estrella have created. Their menu take ssome of the best-known Italian dishes and makes them new with inventive touches and creative combinations.
Following on from its successful sister restaurant in Notting Hill, Ottolenghi has been causing a stir in Islington since its opening. Part deli, part pâtisserie, part restaurant, Ottolenghi boasts an inventive Mediterranean menu with Arabic and Greek tones.
It’s a gutsty move to offer a menu composed of an assortment of Spanish and Italian tapas dishes, but head chef Brian Villahermosa has already wowed Londoners with his top-quality charcuterie boards, cheese selections and sharing-dishes, straight from the Mediterranean.
The Nuevo Latino menu at Sabor is inspired by owner Esnayder Cuartas’ time spent travelling in South America. Diners are treated to delicious, authentic dishes in a lively atmosphere.