Time Out says
This classy Italian restaurant on Beauchamp Place has been in operation since 1963 – originally with just nine tables, now capable of seating 180. It retains the ability to engender a sense of occasion.
The menu focuses on classic dishes from Tuscany, Piedmont and Rome. That means dishes such as beef carpaccio, calamari fritti, insalata di gamberi and saltimbocca alla Romana. Pasta is a speciality, with plates including homemade pappardelle al pesto and penne alla grazia.
The Sunday roast, served from a trolley, is a popular option.
22 Beauchamp Place
|Transport:||Tube: Knightsbridge tube|
|Price:||Main courses £15.50-£28.50. Cover £2.50.|
|Opening hours:||Lunch served 12.30-3pm, dinner served 7-11pm Mon-Sat.|
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Users say (3)
Average User Rating
2.3 / 5
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Had celebration lunch on Sunday at San Lorenzo Beauchamp Place for Mum's 70th with my sister. So disappointing! Only 5 diners in the restaurant - including us and place still in a Princess Di time warp. Food very average and price ridiculous - felt so sorry for my Mum who had travelled from Yorkshire with me to celebrate! Close down, refurbish or just close is my advice.
I have been going to San Lorenzo for the past year, and every single time I go the food has been spectacular and the service impeccable. It is unpretentious, but very high quality food. They recently opened for Sunday roast, and that was one of the best I have had in London so far.
Dreadful! £25 service charge for disgusting service. Rude staff, poured own wine, had to ask for order to be taken, candle went out - left out, empty bottles/glasses/plates left on table, staff have attitude... Over-rated. Don't waste your money here.
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