ASK Italian restaurant is a little slice of Italy in the heart of London, offering a contemporary take on classic pasta, pizza, fish and meat dishes. Ideal for families and friends, ASK Italian is a warm, friendly and fun place to eat. The restaurant is close to the museums in South Kensington. Perfect if you're planning a trip to the Natural History Museum, the Victoria and Albert Museum or the Science Museum.
|Average main course:||£9.00 (USD11.41) per diner|
|Average food spend:||£19.00 (USD24.09) per diner|
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ASK Italian Gloucester Arcade
23/24 Gloucester ArcadeSouth KensingtonLondonSW7 4SF
- +44 20 7835 0840
This is not your father's Italian eatery. No thick table clothes or vested waiters. We were skeptical, but in a neighbourhood with at least 12 Italian restaurants only this one was busy. The house chianti was easy drinking. The burrata salad was very fresh and the oil, balsamic, salt and pepper came to the table for custom seasoning. Chili oil, too. Pizza was al forno style, like everywhere...more
Great quick little Italian place. They give you a sample if their homemade lemonade which was delicious. We had the butterfly prawns for a starter - so yummy. Enjoyed the Pollo Con Pancetta Salad. Great prices.more
This place was really delicious! They gave us a sample of there homemade lemonade and it was amazing and super fresh! The food was tasty with a good portion size for the price.more
I would suggest this place if you're looking for a quick bite to eat. Great Service! I ordered the Margherita Pizza and was not disappointed. Very tasty and filling. Dessert is worth trying, as Ask Italian has a nice dessert selection if you wish for some sweets afterwards.more
Although the food is decent, the service was terrible.
We waited over 45 minutes for our food from the time of ordering. The waitress knew we were waiting long and told us the food was on its way, but showed little remorse. It wasn't until 40 minutes later did the waitress check up on us and get the cooks to complete our meal quickly. Another waitress was kind enough to offer us additional...more