Villagio restaurant in Hammersmith is found on a bright, bustling street corner right in the midst of the Hammersmith one-way system. This is a family-friend Italian restaurant in the new style that retains all that is best about classic Italian restaurants. The décor is bright and cheerful and fresh, the ambience relaxed and easy and the menu a delight. The service retains all the warmth of a true Italian welcome and the freshness and universal appeal of the cuisine is undimmed. From classic antipasti to sharing boards of fine charcuterie, from stone-baked pizzas to grown-up grills and steaks, the menu offers everything you are seeking, even Villagio’s own stupendous burger. Open from breakfast through late supper, Villagio is your new local Italian.
Venue Details & Map
Villagio Ristorante - Hammersmith
206-208 Hammersmith RoadHammersmithLondonW6 7DH
- Public transport:
- Hammersmith, Underground
THEY RAN OUT OF PARMESAN CHEESE....what?!! At an Italian restaurant!?
That's like an Indian restaurant running out of curry or a sushi bar of fish. But that wasn't even the main issue at Villagio, to say the least.
To put it succinctly, the food was tasteless and greasy (i.e. it had no parmesan cheese in it) or anything good for that matter. Although they could have quickly solved this issue...more
Villagio is going to be hit or miss. All the time.
We were going to go to Japanese down the street after an event but found it closed at 11pm. Hungry, we stopped into the first place we found that was open, which was here.
It's a medium sized restaurant meant to recreate an Italian eatery tucked away somewhere in Rome or Florence. The menu is filled with options, specifically pasta and...more
I'm not going to dwell here too long...
Italian restaurants in hotels are a bean counter's no brainer. That's why so many hotels around the world have them. The cuisine is widespread, recognised and inoffensive to everyone, easy to prepare and (if you scrimp on the ingredients and the time) easy to come out at a low bottom line cost. Unfortunately the difference between a good one and a poor...more
I'm not an Italian fan. If there is ANY other cuisine out there, I'll generally choose it over Italian (except Ethiopian, after a recent food poisoning incident!). However, this place is smack in the middle between my office and my friend's office in Baron's Court, so the convenience is perfect. I've gone back and forth between 3 and 4 stars for this one... It doesn't STAND out to me as...more