Bold, roasted coffee, fresh baked bread and croissants, gourmet desserts and a passion for rustic Mediterranean cuisine form the backbone of La Gourmandina in London’s Bloomsbury. Using ingredients from local small businesses whenever possible, La Gourmandina ensure that their dishes are of the highest quality and that your patronage helps support the local economy. Situated on Lamb’s Conduit Street, this Mediterranean restaurant has become a local favourite in central London.
Calling themselves French and Italian enogastronomic ambassadors, the French-Italian couple behind La Gourmandina invites you to their delightful Mediterranean restaurant on Lamb’s Conduit Street in Bloomsbury. Close to Russell Square and Holborn tube stations, near big attractions like the Charles Dickens Museum and The British Museum, La Gourmandina finds itself in the centre of London, providing a calm oasis in the usual hustle and bustle just outside the restaurant’s front door.
La Gourmandina in London’s Bloomsbury is open every day of the week except for Sunday, providing a lovely location for you to enjoy lunch, dinner or Saturday brunch. Swing by during the evening hours and begin your dinner with starters like tartare de boeuf (beef tartare topped with egg yolk, toasted bread and gherkins) or mozzarella in carrozza (deep fried mozzarella, aubergine puree and basil). Decide between mains like coq au vin (lamb stew with spring vegetables) or lapin gourmand (rabbit stuffed with Tuscan sausage, mash potatoes and mustard). And don’t even consider leaving without dessert – La Gourmandina is known for their decadent sweets made fresh daily right on site at their Conduit Street location.