Cacio & Pepe
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This relaxed Italian restaurant in Pimlico translates as 'cheese and pepper'. Obviously it's a good combo but the name's taken from a Roman pasta dish that, traditionally, should be as simple as it is delicious – just pasta, cheese and pepper. It's on the menu here.
It's joined by dishes such as burrata with fresh tomato cream and grilled courgettes, seared veal tonneé with beetroot and green bean salad, seared Fassona beef with quail egg and grilled tiger prawn with pumpkin purée and crispy pancetta. And that eponymous dish? Here it's served in a little parmesan basket, which looks nice.
Keep an eye out for what look like good-value set lunch menus.