Regional Italian dishes, homemade pasta and 'obscure' Italian charcuterie are promised at this Kensington newcomer, which also boasts a wine list of rare bottles. Head chef Flavio Militello hails from Milan’s Michelin-starred Felix Lo Basso.
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Enoteca Rosso Restaurant Diner Reviews
"Not made welcome, notwithstanding reservation. We stood waiting until someone serving was eventually available to seat us. The first couses, soup and ravioli, took almost an hour to arrive. The Tuscan tomato soup consisted almost entirely of a large burratina, the â€˜soupâ€™ being added around the cheese. The ravioli was light and tasty. The signature charcuterie was not satisfying as a main course for dinner. Fine, I guess, if youâ€™re there to drink wine, as an accompaniment. We didnâ€™t stay for desert because of the service. The table we were seated at required an IPhone torch to read the menus."
"If you're a foodie, love your wine, and have a particular affection for all things Italian, then you should go to Rosso. They've discovered how to tele-transport you to the ethereal joys of Tuscany or the toiled heartiness of Puglia with just a drop of wine and a bit of magic from their kitchen in Holland Park. The restaurant is visually stunning, with minimalist wooden and metal-hewn tables nestled between soaring walls of Italian wine bottles that invite warmth in a contemporary setting. I felt as if I was dinning in the wine cellar of a modernist architect. The food is also out of this world. I ate a delicate pumpkin gnocchi that melted in my mouth and a phenomenally slow-cooked lamb ragu that brimmed with flavors from Emilia Romagna. The deconstructed Tiramisu was also a delightful surprise: a incredibly inspired, creative, twist on an Italian classic . But what truly blew me away were the sumptuous boards of Italian cheeses and charcuterie. They were all lovingly paired with jams, home-made focaccia, and Italian wines that make you crave for more! Long story short, I had a delicious meal that oozed with hearty flavors and subtle creativity. This is a perfect place to bring family together for a relaxed meal or to catchup with friends over a delicious bottle of wine and a nibble in a beautiful, elegant and inspired setting."
"Italian food and wine at its best. There is something for every taste, delicious and exquisite at the same time. Particularly iimpressive that the wines are from all regions of Italy and some amazing discoveries from small wine producers unavailable elsewhere. Everything has a special touch, including the truffle salami and deconstructed tiramisu. Lovely service, too. An experience of Italian food and wine Ina ails me anywhere else in London."