London isn’t short of Italian restaurants, but few match Chelsea’s Stecca in terms of sophistication on the menu. It’s a menu that focuses on quality over quantity but this is by no means to say there isn’t something for every palate or dietary requirement. Begin with antipasti, of course, and follow perhaps with a course of I crudi di pesce – the tuna carpaccio is a delight – then a primi of pasta. Indulge further with a secondi of prime meat or fish, then end with a classic panna cotta. You’ll find Stecca on Hollywood Road, where it’s very wise to reserve a table in advance.
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Great to find a restaurant that delivered good food during an England ftball game. The Pasta and fritto misto were great . The Tiramisu was a bot creamy for my taste,.
Great service but failed to bring all our dishes out at the same time. We’d finished before one of our party’s food arrived. They gave an alternative dish whilst he waited though...
Food was excellent. Service, friendly, appropriate and non-intrusive. Would have no problem recommending the restaurant to others. Decor was good, as was the general ambience