Designed like you’re spending time in a Tuscan villa, La Tagliata gives you the Italian fine dining experience in a way you’ve probably never enjoyed it – at least not in London. True, La Tagliata is named after a dish, but have a look at their menu and you’ll discover so much more, namely a wonderful selection of freshly prepared food, sun-soaked culinary specialties, fine wines, and a friendly staff. This is as special as it possibly gets.
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Very quaint restaurant with excellent food. Service was good although a little slow. Overall great experience and would recommend. Interesting location down an alley which added to the experience.
The staff were very pleasant and the food was excellent. We had an interesting conversation about the number of Italian grape varieties, over 1,000 at last count.
Let’s hear it for the interior architect: La Tagliata makes fine Italian dining a feast for all the senses. Thanks to the wonderful culinary creations as well as the very special interiors, you’re in for a treat for your taste buds and for your eyes. At La Tagliata on Sandy’s Row the layout of the restaurant offers multiple choices for private dining. You may choose from the library, cellar, pantry, study, drawing room, dining room or music room. Each room seats up to ten people. Intrigued? Trust us: it’s great.
Apart from the great venue, you choose from freshly prepared homemade pasta, freshly prepared of course every single day of the week. There’s a choice of three different seasonal sauces which should have you come back at lease twice. After, there’s the main course (sliced steak served on a bed of rocket with parmesan) that is also available in a vegetarian option. Head chef Antonio Tonelli makes sure you’re being served nothing but the best ingredients. Also try the carefully selected wines focusing on small producers throughout Italy. Nope, there just isn’t another restaurant just like La Tagliata on Sandy’s Row