Osteria Romana

Osteria Romana

The design of the restaurant celebrates Italian Dolce Vita, providing vibrant and timeless atmosphere. Dishes are served in pans and terracotta cookware.

Osteria Romana - Roman Cuisine in Knightsbridge, London.

” Osteria Romana unravel the threads of this tapestry and rediscover the dishes of Lazio with a pared back menu inspired by the his Grandmother’s dishes.

Dishes that she has cooked for over 60 years that simply presents the Roman palate, food, identity and of course, the pure romance of Italy “

http://osteriaromana.co.uk

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Osteria Romana - London Restaurant Reviews | Hardens

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Osteria Romana, London: Restaurant Review - olive magazine

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Read our review of Italian restaurant Osteria Romana in Knightsbridge, London Authentic Roman cooking in an intimate setting in Knightsbridge Chef Carmelo Carnevale heads the kitchen at Osteria Romana, though much of the culinary influence also comes from owner Andrea Reitano (whose previous projects included Assunta Madre and Caffee Rei in Mayfair) – he studied in Rome and has a Roman grandmother.

The structure of the menu at Osteria Romana is classically Italian, divided into antipasti, pasta and soups, and main courses, plus dessert.

Dishes on offer maintain a strictly Roman focus – ingredients like salt cod, pecorino, artichokes and broad beans abound, and the menu is full of classics native to the Eternal City, from cacio e pepe (here’s Padella’s famous recipe) and bucatini amatriciana to Roman-style tripe and oxtail stew.

Which dishes should we order at Osteria Romana?

Spaghetti carbonara, that iconic Roman dish, was note perfect, with a silky properly emulsified sauce.

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Osteria Romana, a unique restaurant new to Knightsbridge, brings the flavours of ancient Rome to the hustle and bustle of the city.

Inspired by the vibrant Roman history, the design of the restaurant celebrates Italian Dolce Vita, aiming to provide vibrant

Reasons Why You Should Visit Osteria Romana- London

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Reasons Why You Should Visit Osteria Romana- LondonIf you’re a lover of Roman Cuisine, you’ll definitely need to visit Osteria Romana, London on your way around Knightsbridge.

If you’re looking for somewhere to escape the Knightsbridge’s traffic or bright lights, Osteria Romana is the perfect place for you.

Our values are in keeping the true traditions of the Roman menu that features a perfect selection of seasonal primi, secondi and antipasti dishes.

The intimate and elegant setting with a Roman theme for the wonderful Italian dishes is a starter.

Osteria Romana is opened atLunch and Dinner 7 days a week- 12am-11pm.

Osteria Romana - London Restaurant Reviews | Hardens

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NEW OPENING | Osteria Romana | 6 December - Hospitality ...

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Hidden within the lanes of London’s luxurious Knightsbridge, Osteria Romana opens its doors to bring the simple elegance and humble dishes of the Eternal City to London, celebrating Roman produce, culinary history and limitless passion.

Tucked in between the Bulgari Hotel and Hyde Park, the latest venture from young Italian entrepreneur, Andrea Reitano, Osteria Romana, is like a second home to him: reminiscent of cosy, tucked away osterias that line the ancient vias of Italy’s capital city.

Like the streets of Rome, Roman cuisine is steeped in layers of history that over the years have become part of a cultural tapestry, fusing different regional dishes, produce and techniques to produce a vast menu of Italian cuisine.

Reitano has created Osteria Romana to unravel the threads of this tapestry and rediscover the dishes of Lazio with a pared back menu inspired by the his Grandmother’s dishes.

With all of Osteria Romana’s produce: vegetables, meat, fish, delivered direct from the markets of Rome weekly, the restaurant guarantees authenticity.

Osteria Romana, London: Restaurant Review - olive magazine

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Read our review of Italian restaurant Osteria Romana in Knightsbridge, London Authentic Roman cooking in an intimate setting in Knightsbridge Chef Carmelo Carnevale heads the kitchen at Osteria Romana, though much of the culinary influence also comes from owner Andrea Reitano (whose previous projects included Assunta Madre and Caffee Rei in Mayfair) – he studied in Rome and has a Roman grandmother.

The structure of the menu at Osteria Romana is classically Italian, divided into antipasti, pasta and soups, and main courses, plus dessert.

Dishes on offer maintain a strictly Roman focus – ingredients like salt cod, pecorino, artichokes and broad beans abound, and the menu is full of classics native to the Eternal City, from cacio e pepe (here’s Padella’s famous recipe) and bucatini amatriciana to Roman-style tripe and oxtail stew.

Which dishes should we order at Osteria Romana?

Spaghetti carbonara, that iconic Roman dish, was note perfect, with a silky properly emulsified sauce.

Openings | The Caterer

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Opened 3 December Covers 50 General manager Steve Forcucci Head chef Andrew Tajudin Design Coriander Buildings Typical dishes Pumpkin with chestnut granola and ricotta dumplings; beef steak with garlic mash and kale; and beer-battered fish and chips Website V, a new restaurant from the owners of Comptoir Mezze, has opened in London opposite Kensal Rise station, offering Middle Eastern-inspired vegetarian and vegan food.

Head chef Michael Ninvalle Typical dishes Shakshouka tagine with vegan merguez; and baked vegan Parmesan and harissa cauliflower steak Website comfort food and cocktail restaurant Dirty Bones has opened its first site outside London on the Westgate roof terrace in Oxford.

Design Macaulay Sinclair Typical dishes Sweet peach and barbecue-glazed smoked baby back ribs; and quinoa, pecan and black bean veggie burger Website www.dirty-bones.com The Good Food Society (behind Yosma, Frescobaldi London and Firenze) has opened Aegean-inspired restaurant Hovarda in Soho, London.

Covers 70 Typical dishes Marinated sea bream, fennel and saffron; and grilled smoked eel, fava, radishes and caper leaves Design Lázaro Rosa-Violán Website www.hovarda.london Linden Stores is a wine shop and restaurant at London’s Highbury Corner from Laura Christie (one half of Oklava) and her partner Chris Boustead.

Covers 20 Typical dishes Potted rabbit with clementine jelly; and beef stew with thyme dumplings Website Hospitality has launched its aparthotel concept, South Point Suites, the first independent brand in the Cycas portfolio, in London’s Bermondsey.

Restaurants & Cafes in London - Time Out London

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The Soho original has built up an enviable rep since opening in 1988, offering vegetarians and vegans interesting, varied food at a time when veggies were still sneered at and veganism may as well have been shamanism.

Two excellent starters kicked things off: perfectly roasted squash and spinach – given crunch by hazelnuts – came coated in a dukkah and tahini combo.

Things were going fabulously, thanks, and I was ready to give Mildred a big hug when two underwhelming mains gatecrashed the party.

Mildreds veterans will tell you just how banging the burgers are; sadly, the ‘Polish’ (beetroot, white bean and dill in a vegan brioche) only hit ‘fine’ and there was little hint of beetroot or white bean in the patty.

Similarly, four potentially big flavours in a posh, vegan take on sausage and mash (smoked tofu, fennel, apple and white bean sausages) were hard to detect.

Osteria Romana | Restaurants in Knightsbridge, London

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Osteria Romana is a bit of a find.

The interiors are unpretentious yet tasteful: terracotta walls, dim lighting, minimal décor and pots of fresh basil on each table.

On arrival, said basil was pruned and muddled with imported olive oil to accompany a steaming bread basket.

The all-Italian waiting staff added to the sense of tradition.

Osteria Romana seems to offer dishes that simultaneously feel worth the heady price tags while retaining a wistful air of mama’s simple cooking (if your mama is an Italian who knows her way around a pasta-maker).