Taking its name from the Italian word for artichoke, Ardiciocca is the first fully gluten, dairy and sugar-free Italian restaurant in London. The fifth restaurant from Roberto Costa - the brains behind steakhouse chain Macellaio RC - this vegetable and grain-heavy offering marks a departure from his usual MO. Italian chef Simona Ranieri runs the kitchen; a coeliac herself, Ranieri has a successful history creating gluten and dairy-free meals.

Just a few minutes from Fulham Broadway, this charming restaurant values simplicity in its food, crafting clean and tasty dishes. With strong Mediterranean influences, the menu fronts flamed mackerel and kimchi cucumber, peas ravioli, kombucha chicken and sweeter desserts. The wine list maintains a focus on all-natural organic and biodynamic bottles, with red, white, rose, orange and sparkling varieties from Italy, France, Austria and South Africa.


  • Happily Affordable ££
  • None
  • No Minimum Age


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



Ardiciocca, 461-465 North End Road, Fulham, SW6 1NZ



Nearest Station

Fulham Broadway (Tube)

Getting there

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  • Cuisine

    This venue serves Italian food.

  • A word from the chef:

    Ardiciocca serves up a menu of gluten, dairy and sugar free Italian food made fresh and simply with locally sourced ingredients.

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