Italian Restaurants in London
Italian restaurant in Mayfair
20-22 Queen St - W1
As it enters its tenth year, Angela Hartnetts understatedly brilliant Mayfair haven is an unusual example of a swanky, celeb-backed restaurant just getting better and better as it approaches middle age. Though not enormously distinctive in design, the dining room is beautifully set up you dont feel crowded and the charmingly kind staff help create a wonderful and romantic atmosphere. Head chef Pip Laceys Italian-inspired cooking is taking the food quality here to new heights fantastically good and reporters love that you can construct your own tasting menu, whereby you select any number of dishes from the menus five sections in the order of your choosing. STOP PRESS: in July 2017, Pip Lacey left Murano, to be replaced by Oscar Holgado. Heres hoping he can keep up the good work.
Italian restaurant in Covent Garden
45 Great Queen Street - WC2
An instant classic, bravo! This very elegant Italian on the edge of Covent Garden proved one of the best arrivals of 2016 and although the odd report complains its been hyped the vast majority say its plain stunning. Quality and service are in abundance the comfortable interior feels enjoyably superior, and staff make the meal into an occasion they make you feel very special. Most of the menu is of traditional dishes with a twist and its damned good too. Top Menu Tip the best ever Osso Buco.
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Italian restaurant in Notting Hill
108 Golborne Rd - W10
Just about the hottest newcomer of the year: chef Chris Denny is truly talented, and a name to remember!. This wacky, noisy and stimulating, NYC-vibe debutante is a laid-back, cooly grungy garage-conversion, on one of West Londons most interesting streets (at the top end of Portobello Market). The food is to die for light but satisfying cooking with brilliant use of herbs and greens. Its just a pity you cant get in any more. (In September 2017, they are set to open a second venture nearby: Southam Street.)
Italian restaurant in London Bridge
6 Southwark St - SE1
Oh wowza! pasta perfection!!!!! the best in town and so incredibly cheap no wonder the capital has gone mad for this gem of a Borough Market yearling from the team behind Trullo: a simple concept brilliantly executed. Staff are engaging and efficient too but getting in is a challenge: queues are longer than an economy-class check-in to Ibiza.
Italian restaurant in Brook Green
71 Blythe Rd - W14
We love it! neighbourhood restaurants dont come much better than this lovely (and affordable) contemporary Italian in the backstreets of Olympia, where Michele in the kitchen always delivers wonderful food, while Heidi is always charming as front of house. One gripe: please could they vary their menu a bit more wed eat there far more if we hadnt already seen it all!
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Heddon Street Kitchen
London British, Modern £59
Just off Regent Street, a handy brasserie-style operation serving thoroughly competent but rather unremarkable dishes at prices seemingly inflated by association with proprietor Gordon Ramsay.... More
London British, Modern £47
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