You can’t beat Casa Nostra for location, and neither can it be easily matched in terms of the refinement of the Italian cuisine it offers. Located right across from Sutton train station along Mulgrave Road at the corner with the High Street, Casa Nostra is popular among locals and London commuters for its attentive service and superlative selection of classic Italian food. The a la carte menu is reliably authentic, as are the daily and weekly specials chalked up by the passionate chefs. Book a table for an intimate and memorable dining experience.
The service was excellent, food delicious and a really great atmosphere. I would highly recomend this restaurant and return in the near future for another fabulous experience😊👍
My wife and I bring my Mother along for occasional lunch here and now is the only restaurant she enjoys. Disabled, aged and using a wheel-chair the courtesy and service at the restaurant is excellent. While we don't eat a lot, we do enjoy the food here.
Very nice service and lamb shank was delicious. However my husband ordered an expensive steak, but unfortunately it was more like a cheap cut of pork. I'm sure they would have changed it if we had asked, but my husband didn't want to.
We always like to take a London Italian restaurant’s pulse by ordering up the antipasto della casa, the house platter of Italian hors d’oeuvres. Casa Nostra’s platters of cold cuts, cheeses, Mediterranean vegetables like baked aubergine and zucchini, olives, sundried tomatoes, and pane are great ways to start a meal at one of Sutton’s best Italian restaurants. If you’re looking for something a little more focused and filling, but just as traditional, go for the grilled sardines, stuffed mushrooms, or the spare ribs Casa Nostra. Wherever you take aim, you can rest assured that Casa Nostra’s kitchen down Mulgrave Road offers the best of traditional Italian cuisine.
This Sutton Italian restaurant conveniently divvys up its selection of pasta dishes according to the type of pasta used. A highlight is the house special fettucine (chicken and crispy bacon, onions, peas, and fresh cream). The risotto della nonna is just like your wished-for Italian grandma would make, with chicken, fresh cream, mushrooms and asparagus topped with rocket and parmesan, while the oven-baked crespolini di ricotta is a delicious layered dish of ricotta and spinach with a tomato and cheese sauce. Carnivores will be in thrall to the velvety calves’ livers cooked in butter, sage, and white wine, while seafood fanatics are recommended the salmon cardinale, fresh salmon steaks and baby prawns, mushrooms, in a cream, tomato, and brandy sauce. A highlight of Italian dining south of London proper, it’s recommended you book in advance, especially if dining, as you should, with friends and family.