We had a few dishes to share for our starters including King prawns and courgette tempura.
As well as the lovely caprese salad you saw at the top of this post.
I adore neutral tones (I’m really excited about decorating my new flat with all the neutral, comforting tones!) and immediately fell in love with the decor as soon as I walked in the door. It’s a very luxurious setting, and a lovely place in Mayfair to visit for simple, modern Italian cuisine.
The restaurant itself is in the basement level, accessed by a very grand spiral staircase.
Before you descend into a very homely atmosphere in the main restaurant.
Catherine and I were feeling a little indulgent, and had already spied the lovely thin crust pizzas floating around the restaurant, and so couldn’t resist ordering a couple ourselves.
Angie and I were both being good by this point (especially after I’d just had most of a pizza) and ordered desserts to taste but not really to eat.
Between the four of us we ordered two servings of the passion fruit cheesecake, which looked delicious, though could perhaps have done with a little more base for those who love the digestive crunch.
As well as two servings of the tiramisu, which I tried and thought was really lovely; a great dessert to finish a meal, and a classic Italian dish.