One of many remarkable things about Italian food is that it can be made so delicious with very few ingredients. Aglio E Olio, a wonderfully simple Italian restaurant on London’s Fulham Road, are masters of this, thus the Italian food on their menu is quick, easy, modern and always absolutely delicious. They don’t overcomplicate their food so from the antipasti to start right through to the main pasta dishes, you’ll be able to taste every ingredient that’s gone into your dish. Speaking of which, all produce used here is of the highest quality and much of it comes from London or surrounding areas. Aglio E Olio is a truly charming Italian restaurant in Fulham and reservations in advance are absolutely essential.
Family lunch including two young children. Ideal menu with something for everyone. Excellent friendly service and very nice Italian food. Delighted. Enjoyed it very much.
This is our favourite restaurant in London. The food is delicious. They always try to fit you in. The service is immaculate and fast. And more importantly, there are always beautiful and well dressed Italians eating there. So it must be good.
Excellent food and jolly atmosphere. Service was prompt and friendly, and the prices were reasonable. It is a busy and crowded restaurant, but the staff did their best to accommodate guests who wanted to move tables to be with friends, or avoid the table near the door on a cold evening !
The food was really good and the staff were welcoming and friendly. I would recommend this restaurant if you are looking for authentic Italian food in this area
My friends and I had a wonderful dinner at Aglio E Olio last night. We began with the Burrata starter and then I treated myself to the Linguine Astice, Linguine with lobster, as my main. Both were delicious! A tasty Tiramisu completed the meal. The restaurant can get noisy but overall it was a lovely experience and I would recommend going with friends rather than a romantic meal.
Always lively and reliable. Sundays can be a bit of a nursery, but that helps build the family atmosphere, I suppose. Not a negative at all.