This local Italian serves up sunny Mediterranean food in a contemporary setting of oak floors, bare tables and comfy leather seating. Food comes from an open kitchen and the menu covers the usual pasta, risottos and thin-crust pizzas, with back-up from antipasti assemblages and classic mains with a twist – perhaps panko-crusted calf’s liver with caramelised onion and creamy mash. Tuesday night is pasta night and there’s slow-roasted porchetta on Sundays.
Whether you’re a Wimbledon local or just in the area to check out Murray’s balls, you need to eat. Luckily, the south-west London suburb has a glut of places ready to fuel you, including gastropubs, independent restaurants and superior branches of reliable popular chains like Megan’s and The Ivy Café. Our list of Wimbledon’s best restaurants features 11 foodie spots that only serve aces.
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