QP LDN

Meal courtesy of QP LDN Written by Vicky Dalton Banks QP LDN resides on Dover Street in the heart of Mayfair and is under the creative direction of Italian Michelin-starred chef Antonio Mellino and with his two sons Raffaele and Fabrizio, stays true to its roots in authentic Amalfi coast inspired cooking. Antonio is considered…

Amici Miei

Meal courtesy of Amici Miei Written by me! Arrived to a nice surprise on a road which consists mainly of Vietnamese restaurants, conned by many as the ‘pho mile’, Amici Miei is situated just at the bottom of this road offering Italian cuisine. Amici Miei, which translates to ‘my friends’, have been around for years…

Cafe Monico

Meal courtesy of Cafe Monico Visited and reviewed by Vicky Cafe Monico is part of the Soho House Group so you know it’s going to be a polished affair. And it was. We were shown to our table on the mezzanine floor right by the window so we could watch the buses and tourists go…

Fetta Di Casa

Meal courtesy of Fetta Di Casa Written and attended by Ed @onehungryasian Family style dining, great food and everyone getting to know one another over a small and intimate dinner. This is proper nostalgia, memories of being back at home with the family, and remembering that often, the food comes 2nd to the people you’re…

Bernardi’s London

Meal courtesy of Bernardi’s Bernardi’s is relative newcomer to the London restaurant scene having established itself in September 2015 by the Bernardi brothers. At the heart of Mayfair, affluent locals flock together to catch up over the week with glasses of prosecco and fine wine without having to travel too far. Spacious leather seating, a simplistic…

Bocconcino

Meal courtesy of Bocconcino Attended and written by Vicky Dalton-Banks, published by Steph History and Background:  Bocconcino is a chic Italian restaurant in the heart of Mayfair. Located on Berkeley Street, in what looks like a small spot from the outside houses a large, spacious restaurant inside. I have a real love for Italian food…

Zizzi

Meal courtesy of Zizzi’s  Written by Verna, published by Steph If you live in the UK and you haven’t heard of Zizzi, then you should get outta here! I must admit, I did not have a great last encounter. However, that was almost 4 years ago, and when I looked at their menu online I…

Vicino

Italian – that’s all I need to say. Ed @onehungryasian covers Vicino in Parsons Green.

Frescobaldi

Meal courtesy of Frescobaldi Event attended and written by blogger Vicky Dalton-Banks, published by Steph History and Background Ristorante Frescobaldi is the first UK restaurant from the famed Tuscan wine making family the Frescobaldi’s. One of Italy’s most celebrated wine dynasties dates back 700 years and 30 generations. Today the Frescobaldi family own 11 estates…

40 Dean Street

History and background: Courtesy of 40 Dean Street Forty Dean Street is the pinnacle of affordable Italian cuisine in busy Soho. Thursdays are like Fridays here. Eccentric, lively and its all about the hustle and bustle between dancing waiters and singing customers. If you want a fun, lively date night its here. Local and offering…

Pulia

  History and Background: Meal courtesy of Pulia Invitational bloggers brunch was a burrata sensation. An event pulled together by Sheepa from foodthatmakesyousmile.com. (Try count the number of times I mention ‘burrata’ in this post) Before Pulia, I confess that I’ve never had a burrata. I knew it was some sort of cheese but that…

Diciannove in The City

History and Background: Meal courtesy of Diciannove Located within The City, Diciannove Italian Restaurant is nestled within corporate surroundings, making it easily accessible for its main consumers, business men. I came on a bank holiday which meant the restaurant was noticeablely quiet even though the restaurant was situated in one of the best transportation hubs…