What they say:
The Frescobaldi concept’s first standalone restaurant in London isn’t one you’re going to want to miss. Come for a delicious dinner that taps into Tuscan traditions with a contemporary twist and stay for the vast wine list, all the while remembering there’s plenty of innovative cocktails to be had here too.
What we say:
The found sounds great but it’s tough to look past the wine list as the crowning glory at Frescobaldi. There’s twenty pages packed with rich Italian bottles, and a convenient ‘flights menu’ where you can sample three 125ml glasses if you’re having trouble deciding. The cocktail card looks convincing too, especially when you can lap up a classic Italian Aperitivo (complete with Frescobaldi Brut) for £9.