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An extension of the already far-reaching epicurean playground that is Vinopolis, this culinary destination features the casual Trattoria, serving classics like grilled tomino cheese and tagliatelle... read more
This Mayfair spot from the folks behind Zuma and Il Baretto brings rich and classic Northern Italian food in an appropriately fashiony, Italian-esque setting: sleek black and white marble flooring,... read more
Let the juices flow with charcuterie, like venison bresaola, and charcoal-grilled dishes, such as lamb cutlet with eggplant. Two-floor spot with honey-and-linen decór. Fine-art mos... read more
Battersea pizzeria that's cheesy in a good way. The Italian prime minister winks from the side of custom mugs. Chiantishire kitsch dangles from the ceilings, such as motorbike helmets morphed ... read more
Small plates served at wood-block communal tables. Sample dish: Orecchiette with tiger prawn, rocket, chilli and saffon. Thankfully un-kitschy Italian decór: Just a few wall tiles with the i... read more
Located alongside old St Paul’s, London’s newest shopping mall tries to appeal to city workers and visitors alike. The Jean Nouvel-designed space boasts sleek, reflective surfaces and s... read more
Forget that seedy Soho late night Doner Kebab feeding ritual driven out of need and not choice, and turn your attention to ultimate pizza alternative. Warm welcome to Adagio Pizza al Taglio with it... read more
We are so excited, finalement! Wine bar with superb wines which you can taste and wax lyrical about without hemorrhaging £££ on bottles: ‘by the glass self -service ' is mot... read more
Well known Italian wine making Frescobaldi family has finally exported across some of best Tuscan flavours to the Island. Dei Frescobaldi is their first eatery outside Italy and there's no pl... read more
Bacaros are to Venice what pinxtos are to Barcelona and we warmly welcome Polpo, new Bacaro wine bar here in London. Head chef Tom Olroyd has prepared mouth-watering panoply of Italian morsels t... read more
Only an Italian could get away with opening a Focacceria and a neighbouring gelateria and still make it appealing. New venture from L'Anima restaurant chef Francesco Mazzei more than delivers on it... read more
A reassuringly less posh number than it's sister 'restaurante', not so sempliche, Bar trattoria is a relative rest for your wallet. It's all about stools, and relaxed rustic Italian feeding. You ca... read more
Be very ready to be very happy about jumping straight into this wolf's mouth. Bocca di Lupo is Italian idiom about good luck which you should not need much of when you try out this taste... read more
From Chelsea to the heart of the city of London, bouncing off success of Manicomio mothership in King's Road, Manicomio Gutter Lane is a sleek new gem to be enjoyed. Sensory experience starts with ... read more
On the credit-crunch friendly Italian eatery scene, things don't get much better than Princi. Creative merger between famous Restauranteur Alan Yau and Milanese baker Rocco Princi results in mouthw... read more
Think of Little Italy as one stop Saturday night shop, rare treat for London. No need to book a club three weeks in advance, just the restaurant and the dancing will come with it. Local institution... read more
Prime Minister David Cameron regularly brings his family here to dine, which gives you a sense of its bougie-chic vibe. Its cooks focus on regional Italian dishes, such as veal ravioli in rosemary ... read more
As the name behind several TV series and recipe books, it is sometimes hard to remember that Hammersmith’s River Café is still a damn fine restaurant worth trekking out west for. Its r... read more
Eclectic south bank dining with panoramic view to choke on: 8th floor of famous art-deco Oxo tower. Brainchild of award-winning designer Lifschutz Davison with interior décor influenced by ... read more
Once the playground of everyone from Jayne Mansfield to Sean Conner...
From Rainer Becker and Arjun Waney (whose Zuma is beloved of Kate, ...
A glorious riot of Victorian camp staff are decked in 19th Century ...
Drawing on the sort of minimalist but warmly inviting sexiness of S...
Classic marker of the grand 19th Century transport boom, it was Lon...