Sister of the superbly popular Harry's Bar in Venice, C London has fast proved equally popular, serving delicious if expensive Italian food in a lively atmosphere.
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23-25 Davies StreetMayfairLondonW1K 3DE
We were able to get a last minute reservation on Friday evening of Easter weekend, which I suppose doesn't bode that well for the popularity of C London. The inside is a bit run down, and the tables are really squished together which is rather uncomfortable. The food was good - I had creamy toretllini with proscuitto and peas, and it was rich and decadent (to the point that I had to talk half...more
That place is really what you call OVERRATED! My family & I went to have dinner in there a while ago for the first time in that place. Despite the unfriendly staff member -unwarm welcoming- that has doubted our reservation mixing it with another person name & his head to toe look , the place was very noisy & croweded , we felt as if we were suffocating with the decor tightness & crowdness of...more
The place is meant for people watching, which isn't necessarily my thing, but I guess it was good to try. It's jammed packed, especially on the weekends and quite a few celebrities showed up when I was there. It's not very intimate and it's quite loud. Food was solid though. Wine was nice as well. Pretty expensive for the quality you get.more
Imagine a movie produced by Harvey Weinstein, directed by Spielberg and starring Meryl Streep. It SHOULD be the bomb, right? Except it sucks, and no one can make peace with it. That's C London. It's hard to make peace with the fact that a restaurant in Mayfair with such a popular "name" and that charges an average of £30 PER DISH is JUST mediocre... and yet, here we are.
Went there for...more
I've been to Cipriani in New York, and I wasn't such a fan. However, I'm happy to report being much happier with the London location.
Panic struck my friends and I at 6PM Friday evening when we realized we had nowhere booked for a dinner with a friend of ours who'd come in from Spain. Luckily, we pulled off a reservation at Cipriani.
The bill came to about 55 pounds a head for four people....more