Terra Vergine (London)
- Multifoiled Aug 5, 2014 03:51 AM
We're in the midst of doing research for an upcoming trip to London/Edinburgh/Dublin in October. My husband came across this restaurant on another site; he's really taken by the Abruzzese menu. I don't see much about it here. Does anyone have anything to say about it (good or bad)? Thanks.
There's only one review on www.london-eating.co.uk. Whoever wrote it appears to live in the neighbourhood and really likes it. I think there's a critic review there as well.
I liked the menu. Maybe there are some other reviews online. I found these:
It may be that this place is a rare exception in being good and interesting. But, I can't recall ever recommending any Italian restaurant in the UK as being anything better than halfway decent. It's just a cuisine we don't seem to do well - perhaps unsurprising as we've never had a great tradition of Italian immigration.
I live around the corner and love this place. The food is interesting, the service personal and knowledgable and a nice calm atmosphere. I've eaten there a few times and always want to return. They are open all day too so you can choose to eat at your own convenience rather than in defined meal times. They do a lovely soup with pasta and their skewers are really tasty. And actually it is very well priced for the quality and wine list is great too. Give it a try!