There’s something rather pleasing about a seriously good restaurant sitting in a (gorgeously plain-English style) room above a pub. Alright, it’s a Notting Hill pub, so no darts and karaoke, but there’s an attractive trendiness based on lack of pretension that still seems to pervade parts of Notting Hill. Back to the food……
Sardinian chef Nino Sassu has created an Italian menu so authentic that it’s almost confusing to find oneself stepping out in Chepstow Place at the end of the night. Gloriously fresh ingredients, sizzlingly intense dishes, an intimate atmosphere and fantastic service add up to a beautiful night.
AMBIENCE & OUTSTANDING ATTRIBUTES
Intimate / Romantic
Parred down excellence