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A new spin-off from a famous Florence-based, international group (founded in the 1950s, whose HQ is the 15th-century Palazzo Antinori) – this summer 2023 newcomer is the brand’s first UK venture. It occupies a three-storey site, just off Sloane Street, from which it offers all-day dining featuring Tuscan food and wine in a fairly old-school vein.

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A new spin-off from a famous Florence-based international group (founded in the 1950s, whose HQ is the 15th-century Palazzo Antinori) – this Autumn 2022 newcomer is the brand’s first UK venture. It occupies a three-storey site just off Sloane Street, from which it will offer all-day dining featuring Tuscan food and wine in a fairly old-school vein. The opening sounds like it’s a project of serious intent, as evidenced by their 10-year lease. Cantinetta Antinori also has outlets in Zurich, Moscow, Vienna and Monaco.

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4 Harriet Street, London, SW1X 9JR

Cantinetta Antinori Restaurant Diner Reviews

Reviews of Cantinetta Antinori Restaurant in SW1X, London by users of Hardens.com. Also see the editors review of Cantinetta Antinori restaurant.
Andrew W
Good Italian fare at Sloane Street prices b...
Reviewed 6 months, 12 days ago

"Good Italian fare at Sloane Street prices but worth it for the nice decor and setting"

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What the Newspaper Critics are saying

Evening Standard

Needing to lift her spirits, Joanna Taylor slipped into holiday mode at the famous Tuscan wine dynasty’s Knightsbridge restaurant, where she found herself amid “decor that mixes the Orient-Express and a Far Far Away castle”.


As the name and postcode suggest, “this is not the place for a cheap and
cheerful supper. In fact, a dinner here may set you back more than flights
to Pisa.”


The food, though, is excellent, with the “Kobe beef carbonara … a
deliciously quirky surprise” and the pistachio tiramisu something “I would
grab on to any day”.

Joanna Taylor - 2024-04-07
4 Harriet Street, London, SW1X 9JR

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