Rotorino

Description

Rotorino is an Italian restaurant and wine bar by Stevie Parle located on Kingsland Road, moments from Haggerston & Dalston Overground Stations.  Incredible Southern Italian cooking in a warm and welcoming environment. Step inside to encounter a stylish eatery; complete with booth seating, cherry wood ceilings and geometric patterned tiles. 

Expect a menu packed with simple, delicious dishes. There is an emphasis on wood-grilled fish and meat dishes, antipasti and home-made pastas that come expertly put together by Parle's culinary team. With 50 different wines on offer from the stylish bar, you'll have no worries finding something perfect to wash your food down with, either. Half of the bottles on offer originate from Italy, and the other half plucked from all over the globe.

Rotorino's large table seats up to 24 and is available for hire throughout the week, Monday to Sunday.  4 courses, £30 | 3 courses, £25

Rotorino offers a relaxed dining experience free from any needless gimmicks or pretension. The venue is open for dinner and drinks on weekdays, with Sunday lunch - Roastorino - and dinner on offer at the weekend.

Perfect for tucking into a wholesome meal and catching up with a friend over a fine glass of wine alike, Rotorino is a real eye-catcher in Dalston.

On weekdays Rotorino offers a #Presto menu between 6pm - 7pm of 2 courses for £15 | 3 for £19 and a £10 risotto on Monday nights (with a glass of house wine thrown in!)

Info

  • No Door Charge
  • None
  • 18 for alcohol

Hours

Day Open Close Notes
Monday 18:00 22:30
Tuesday 18:00 22:30
Wednesday 18:00 22:30
Thursday 18:00 22:30
Friday 18:00 23:00
Saturday 17:00 23:00
Sunday 12:00 22:30

Location

Address

Rotorino, 434, Kingsland Road, E8 4AA

Area

Dalston

Private Hire

Name Type Capacity
Seated
Capacity
Standing
Cost Min spend
Midweek*
Min spend
Weekend*
Venue Hire Venue Hire 90 160 - £2,000 £4,000

* The minimum spends are a guideline only and vary according to the day and time of the year.

Customer Reviews (18)

Our Review

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Rotorino - London Restaurant Review

After living in southern Italy for eight months, I learnt several things, mainly that Italians love their food, second only to their mothers. Mealtimes were sacrosanct and eating was a quasi-religious experience. Putting pineapple on your pizza - a sin that should be up there with greed and lust; dinner…

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