I have lived in Wimbledon for five years and this was the first time i have visited the light house, we went on a Saturday night when the restaurant was packed. To start i ate seared scallops and finished with wild seabass, both dishes were cooked perfectly. Small but interesting wine list with a lot of choice below £30. I will not be leaving it too long before returning, our waitress was efficient and unobtrusive.
The Light House
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Posted: Sat Aug 16 2014
Fresh, light, modern, and sophisticated are words that describe both The Light House restaurant in the south London suburb of Wimbledon and its meltingly good Italian fusion cuisine. The dining room is pleasingly modern and spacious, all pale walls with striking artworks, blond floors and furniture, and there is a lovely patio for lingering on and on. The Light House menu changes every day to make best use of the freshest seasonal ingredients and each dish is an adventure. Try perroche bruschetta with piquillo peppers, caperberries, babaganoush and Greek olives to start, perhaps followed by pan-fried sea bass on wild garlic leaves, courgettes, ratte potatoes and romesco sauce. Black pepper cheesecake with gooseberry compote is a winner, too. For chatty lunches, romantic evenings, memorable Sunday lunches or satisfying meals when Wimbledon tennis is in full swing, The Light House is waiting with excellent modern European food and friendly service.
3 a la carte courses & champagne: £35
3 courses from the a la carte menu and a glass of champagne for £35.
Offer valid until Sep 12 2014