Chianti Village


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Recently open and frequented mainly by locals, the comfortable tables are not crowded and the service is friendly but very professional. The
menu is classic Italian cooking as the name suggest from the italian region of Tuscany and every day there is also a list of the chef's recommendations offering simpler dishes like “Involtini di Melanzane”(Aubergines filled with mozzarella, tomato and basil) as a starter or “Calamari e Zucchine Fritte”(Deep fried squid and courgettes) that could be easily swapped for a main. More traditional Bruschetta (Toasted bread with chopped tomatoes, basil, garlic and olive oil) fit the bill as the simplest starter in the menu. The menu offers classic pasta like“Spaghetti alla Bolognese”and also they serve delicious
“Agnellotti al Pomodoro Fresco e Basilico” and “Tagliatelle al Salmone Fresco”(Pasta with fresh salmon, cream and chilli). The fresh fish is selected with care “Spigola alla griglia”(Grilled seabass) and prepared in the very traditional ways.

Venue name: Chianti Village
Address: 177 Kings Street
W6 9JT
Price: £25 and under

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kevin j

After a very enjoyable meal at this restaurant in March, before seeing a concert at Hammersmith Odeon, we thought we would return before going to see Penn and Teller at the same venue.

After serving us a bottle of chilled rose with no ice bucket, we had to ask for an ice bucket and the owners wife/girlfriend had to leave her glass of wine and go out and buy some, we ordered a dinner which we had been very much looking forward to.

Unfortunately three of the four items asked for were not available, the baby chicken, the panna cotta and the chocolate ice cream. The steak we settled on was served with considerably less vegetables than last time.  This really did spoil our evening.

The owner was no more than indifferent about this, honestly on a Friday night?!   He seemed too interested in watching the World Cup on his ipad.