Art and food combine at this restaurant-cum-art gallery on Ecclestone Place, just down from Victoria. It's from Enzo and Rober Scalzo - the chaps behind the Pâtisserie Valerie chain - and its Grade II-listed setting certainly should be a good match for all the British art adorning the walls.
As switched on sorts might infer, there's an Italian theme to the food here. Traditional, Neapolitan pizzas - made with Caputo Blue flour - are prominent, complemented by pastas, risottos and meatier mains such as sirloin steak with a green peppercorn and brandy sauce, and pancia di maiale cotta due volte - twice cooked belly of pork, with creamed potatoes and apple cider dressing.
Italian and Sicilian wines dominate on a list that that ventures to South Africa, Chile and the US, too. Peroni, London Pride, Leffe Blonde and Bud are the beers on offer. Keep an eye out for special events and live music - there's jazz every Friday night.