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Locale Southbank on London’s Southbank is home to one of the city’s three branches of Locale Italian restaurants. Serving executive chef’ Paolo Barone’s signature rustic Italian cuisine to hordes of tourists and locals alike since 2005, Locale is the kind of versatile restaurant that can adapt to the needs of its diners. Drinks reception? Private dinner? Birthday party? Locale can handle it all with ease. In walking distance of major London attractions like the Palace of Westminster and the London Eye, it’s easy to see why tourists are flocking there in droves, and authentic Italian food and friendly service brings the locals back too.
Have visit Locale on numerous occasions and have never been disappointed - always excellent service and the food is really good too. We were slightly overfaced by the quantity last night (we both had pasta dishes), The seafood linguine possibly had too much pasta (and not enough seafood!) but it was tasty. Perhaps 'less is more'??
Excellent service as always and got our favourite table 😊
A few years ago we have been already Theresienstadt and mit was tasty and we had a good evening. Nothing changed - its a little bit busy but again we enjoyed the food and had a nice stay
Locale Southbank on Belvedere Road, south from Westminster Bridge, is an Italian restaurant serving up dishes drawing influences from the executive chef Paolo Barone’s native Gorizia, Italy, with a seasonally changing menu. In changing the menu with the seasons, the aim is to ensure that diners get market fresh food every time they visit Local Southbank. Locale Southbank has a firm commitment to getting the best local and Italian ingredients, when they are naturally at their best. This means that in July and August the Southbank restaurant will have beautiful, naturally sweet cherry tomatoes, and vine-ripe olives only when they’re available.
Looking out onto the Thames, Locale Southbank is the perfect spot to experience the excitement of the Southbank. Locale Southbank is great for diners lucky enough to visit when there’s sun in the capital, with its 40 seat terraced dining area, and 50 seater cocktail lounge, ideal for an after work drink, or for those needing a spot of relaxation after a day at the Tate. For those there for dinner, Locale welcomes diners into their sumptuous, red-walled dining room, with an open kitchen, for an evening of excellent Italian food, good company and great wine, at the very heart of London.