I always see a work day in London as an opportunity to try out one of the many amazing restaurants in the city. Fortunately the client I was visiting with is a fellow foodie. She had sourced some recommendations from a top Scottish chef, I couldn’t possibly say who, but let’s just say we featured his restaurant here on Foodinburgh and we very much trust his judgement.
At the top of his list was Bocca Di Lupo, regional Italian cuisine served tapas style. We had a seat at the bar, usually not my favourite but at Bocca Di Lupo a real treat as you get to see everything being cooked and you can annoy the chef with your endless questions about the various dishes being assembled at the pass (not just me?)
The menu is made up of small and large plates allowing you the freedom to dine as you please. We selected to dine tapas style with lots of small portions.
We also had a lovely veal dish, unfortunately the photo didn’t make the cut. If you’re looking for somewhere informal to dine in London, I’d highly recommend Bocca Di Lupo, I’m looking forward to returning during a future trip.