Daphne's specialises in seasonal Tuscan country cooking and the restaurant exudes a natural warmth and effortless Italian charm. In summer, the open conservatory roof offers a great near-alfresco dining experience, where in winter, the dining room, warm with a blazing fire from the open brick hearth, is a cosy lunch or dinner retreat.
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112 Draycott Avenue
South KensingtonLondonSW3 3AE
- +44 (0)20 7589 4257
Lovely restaurant, been around for a while but still has a good crowd with decent service and food.
Service started well and prompt however finished dishes spent too long sitting there. Service became a bit slow.
We had various mains and desserts. Most of the main courses looked great. One of my favorite dishes is veal Milanese so I had to order it.
I've got to say, for 34£, which is a...more
Situated in the heart of the most expensive piece of real estate in Europe (perhaps the world) lies this institution of a place.
I won't dwell as I was there for a meeting, but if your idea of a great lunch or evening out is lots of waiters, staff, a generally formal feel and an older wealthy crowd, you've hit pay dirt.
For me on food alone, was ok. Nothing more, nothing less.
Classy and worth it. An army of helpful waiters, comfy sofas, rooms with mirrors and an elegant design, a wine menu to die for: that the setting. The food is amazing. The sole is definitely the highlight by far. Meats are delicious, starters are subtle. Definitely a safe address for a fancy night out.more
'Sharing Stories was an Italian Dining Experience' at iconic London restaurant Daphne's to celebrate the launch of Alta, the new sharing bottle from Peroni Nastro Azzurro. Alta has been created with Italian passion and attention to detail, bringing Italian style to the dining table.
Guests who purchased tickets to Sharing Stories were treated to a multi course dinner created by Daphne's Head...more
Italian restaurant located in the heart of South Kensington. This place is somewhere where you dress well and pay more than your average Italian. With well presented a la carte style food set in ambient, bustling and intimate environment.
Upon arrival we were greeted warmly and offered to put anything in the cloakroom, we were shown to our seats which were in the back room. Walking through...more