Bacco Restaurant

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Bacco Restaurant

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Bacco restaurant is family run and well established for more than 10 years in Richmond. We serve authentic Italian food using seasonal ingredients. We are very passionate about home cooking just like our families in Italy and therefore we make our own pasta, foccacia bread, grissini and desserts.

Our service style is very attentive and relaxed.

We have an extensive Italian wine list ranging from small producers from different parts of Italy to well-known vineyards such as Antinori.

Weather permitting, we have a decked forecourt for dining or having aperitivo. Our alfresco dining can sit up to 40 diners and it can be covered and heated during the cooler seasons.

We also cater for large group in our private dining area "Vinoteca" whereby we can sit up to 27 people.


Venue name: Bacco Restaurant
Address: 39-41 Kew Road
Transport: Richmond rail
Price: £26 to £40
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Really disappointing. Advertised as an authentic Italian however the food was very average. Rude waiter - we seemed to annoying him just by ordering our food. The duck salad starter was drowned in a very strange dressing. There are better restaurants in the area.

Really good Italian. It is a friendly restaurant with great choices of pasta, fish and meat. Very tasty spaghetti vongole and cote du boeuf. The food and service were great and the Italian wines are really good. We had a wonderful time and will be returning when we are in Richmond next!! Highly recommended for any occasions.

Disappointing. We booked for a wheelchair user, they forgot. We were sat next to 20 swearing Welshman( accepted it was a rugby day) but it even made me blush as it did my wife. The wine waiter tried to sell me a £30 bottle of wine very publicly and embarrassingly when I declined. The food was fair, but the iclusion of the discretionary Service bill on the card machine was the last straw. In sum there are better friendlier restaurants in Richmond.