Restaurants, Italian East Putney
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Headed up by Theo Randall and Chez Bruce alumnus Chris Beverley, this Italian restaurant will open on Upper Richmond Road in early March. Food with include both classic and modern Italian dishes like pasta with rabbit and prosecco ragu, poussin with braised greens and lemon, plus panna cotta with caramel oranges.


Venue name: Bibo
Address: 146 Upper Richmond Road
SW15 2SW
Opening hours: Lunch noon-2.30pm Mon-Fri; noon-3pm Sat, Sun; Dinner 6-10pm Mon-Thur; 6-11pm Fri, Sat; 6-9.30pm Sun.
Transport: Tube: East Putney. Rail: Putney.
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Moe H
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Food is probably the best in this part of London; prices are reasonable so overall great value for money if you appreciate good food. Not a wine drinker but the menu seemed fairly large.

Laura B

Well.. what to say. I went there last Saturday, I am italian and I loved that restaurant so much, that we stayed till closing time for the such lovely atmosphere in there. 

People working there were so genuine, kind and amazing friendly service! Food was awesome. A very chic version of a traditional italian food. Absolutely amazing. I would suggest this restaurant to anyone is nearby as probably best italian restaurant ever visited in London. We will be back soon. 

PS. If you like italian wines. 6 pages of it... isnt enough? lol

Sally A

Very decent, upscale restaurant - those are in very short supply in Putney. Totally worth it.

Gillian Ray


Visited in August. Adult food and service was delicious however children's menu very limited. Pasta with tomato sauce and a scoop of ice cream for £7.50. When I asked if my daughter could have some more pasta as portion tiny they charged for a full extra children's menu which rather spoilt the whole experience.


Some early teething problems with the service have been ironed out, so I can now enjoy an excellent restaurant out in the 'burbs (kinda). Great bar snacks, super wine list (you mustn't visit without trying the lambrusco!) and really tasty, interesting italian food. 

Sue A

Initially attentive service which declined throughout the meal.

Bread and olive oil excellent.Bruschetta average.

Black pasta with squid very good flavours. Side salad poor over salted and acid dressing.

Waiter did not know difference between an ice cream and a sorbet so opted for salted caramel ice cream.

No definitive salted caramel flavour. Rhubarb ice cream or maybe sorbet tasted like a crushed up sweetie .

Bill wrong as had ordered small portions of pasta. Waitress insisted she was 100% sure I was wrong.

So she reduced one pasta order. Gave some feedback to the manager and he gave us a macchiato.

Not good enough I am afraid .

I will not revisit a restaurant where the staff are defensive