When it closed in 2012, everyone thought it might be gone for good, but Toto’s Italian restaurant, in Knightsbridge, has made a comeback.
The restaurant has undergone a complete £3 million redesign (which is no bad thing as the decor was starting to look a little faded long before it closed – Harden’s more charitable reporters used to describe Toto’s interior as “refreshingly untrendy”). It boasts a new terrace and mezzanine, and a bar serving cicchetti all day (handy for Harrods shoppers), and there will be a 300-bottle, all-Italian wine list.
The front-of-house team has been appointed with the help of Le Gavroche‘s celebrated former maÃ®tre d’ Silvano Giraldin.
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