A vivacious neighbourhood restaurant in Soho, Mele e Pere serves artisanal Italian delicacies. In the edgy basement bar, homemade vermouth offers a quintessentially Italian tipple, and a lengthy list of predominantly Italian wines complements the simple, rustic dishes. A breathtaking display of blown glass ornaments fills the front window, while retro wall lamps and chunky wood benches make for a simple yet quirky setting.
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Mele E Pere
46 Brewer StreetLondonW1F 9TF
I got food poisoning at this restaurant. It was very likely the olive ascolane with nduja. Avoid at all costs!!more
It's interesting to see the very mixed reviews of this place, I personally loved it.
We sat downstairs at the bar and I've noticed at least one other recommend this. it's a particular nice copper-topped bar with a view of the extensive vermouth selection. You can build your own negroni here, although they don't let you order one that tastes terrible. For example, our charming server said that...more
Love love love!! Highlight of my week in London, my buddy's fave place to eat & drink. Truffle gnocchi is melt in the mouth fabulous!!
Sit at the bar if you can... Lots to watch #mustvisit #nancysyelpmore
I went here as part of bookatable's 3 courses for £20 deal.
A quick walk from Piccadilly Circus station, Mele e Pere looks warm and clean with colourful glass sculptures lining its wall.
The waitress greeted us and sat the 2 of us on a large 6 person table which was great.
We were handed a wine list, an a la Carte menu and the set menu. The set menu was completely different from the...more
Mele and Pere, meaning Apples and Pears, a Trattoria and Vermouth Bar opened by Andrea Mantovani and Peter Hughes, have launched their new breakfast menu of delicious smoked salmon and cream cheese buns together with delectable homemade pastries that taste so much better than the shop bought varieties.
Everything tastes so much better when washed down with their signature brilliant new coffee...more