Le Querce

Le Querce | Fine Italian Dining

We came here for New Year’s Eve dinner, with my two brother and their partners.

We were a tiny bit apprehensive because the restaurant managed to fit 6 of us in at very short notice.

The staff were all exceptionally welcoming and friendly, and every single thing we tried from the special New Year menu was spot on – from the freshly prepared salad based starters to the astonishingly good home made ice cream in a range of innovative flavours.

We live only 300 metres from this restaurant, and have walked past it many times – but we’ll be back soon.

http://lequerce.co.uk

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Le Querce - London Restaurant Reviews | Hardens

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Why is it impossible to find those cheap mom-and-pop type places, like you might stumble across in an Italian backstreet, where the décor is plain but everything comes from the heart?

That bit of outer-Lewisham is known to outsiders - if at all - only as the home of an outstanding modern Indian restaurant, and Babur remains the only place to attract the eye in a dismal street.

And this place turns out to be the antidote to everything that's wrong with a modern dining-out scene, obsessed with design, glitz and celebrity.

are absolutely exceptional - well up there with top places in the West End.

Admittedly, the style of this place is so unassuming that you'd have to be a manic Italophile to cross town for it.

Honor Oak - Wikipedia

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Honor Oak is an inner suburban area principally of the London Borough of Lewisham, with part in the London Borough of Southwark.

The Hill was also the site of Watson's General Telegraph, a relay system established in 1841 linking London with shipping in the English Channel[citation needed] Honor Oak & Forest Hill Golf Club (now defunct) was founded in 1893.

Honor Oak railway station was opened in 1862 but closed in 1958 as part of the closure of the Crystal Palace and South London Junction Railway, originally built to take passengers to The Crystal Palace.

In 2010 Honor Oak Park railway station became part of the London Overground extension, providing residents with direct links into Shoreditch and Highbury and Islington.

[19] The story of the "One Tree Hill" agitation, with a short sketch of the history of Honor Oak Hill (1905) by John Nisbet

Le Querce review: Enjoy an authentic taste of Italy in Honor Oak ...

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The suburb is a halfway spot between one of my best friend and my homes so we are gradually working our way through the bars and restaurants in the area.

As I cook Italian so often at home, I don’t often eat it when I go out, so I’m always looking for that extra ‘something’ when I seek out Italian restaurants to frequent.

The concept seems to be recreating the essential Italian dining experience – great food and wine and sharing the experience with friends and family.

I ordered Prawn Pasta off the specials, while my friend opted for Costata di Manzo Inglese (English Striploin Steak with diced Aubergines all’agrodolce).

I would highly recommend Le Querce for an experience of authentic Italian dining and at a reasonable price too.

Top Authentic Restaurants In London's Lewisham

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In London’s southeast you can ride the DLR, admire the views from Telegraph Hill and sample local beer from the back of a garage brewery.

Antonello Serra first moved to London from his native Sardinia, after founding Michelin-starred restaurant Il Faro.

The New Cross House, 316 New Cross Rd, London, UK, +44 020 8691 8875 Beloved by tourists, this unassuming Turkish restaurant has built a formidable reputation.

Meze’s real claim to fame it its fantastic customer reviews, it’s been rated as London’s 7th best restaurant, even beating the Ritz.

Big Red is a double decker London bus, boasting a heated top deck and irresistible pizzas and daily specials.

Le Querce, 68 Brockley Rise, Thamesmead, London, SE23 1LN ...

Although it doesn't look particularly special, and the decor is somewhat uninviting, this place serves wonderful food!

Don't be put off by the lack of a printed menu on display in the window (I was).

Once inside you'll be given a long list of options including many daily specials, and there's certainly no lack of choice or quality.Don't miss the FABULOUS ice-cream and sorbets - a huge choice of homemade and often eccentric flavours (savoury and sweet).

If you have any liking for ice-cream at all, this is worth making a detour for...

Le Querce | Restaurants in Honor Oak Park, London