Caffé Concerto presents a luxuriously decorated contemporary dining room with a strong music policy. Surrounding the gleaming grand piano is a number of tables populated with both shoppers and those who have made the visit solely to dine on the fine Italian menu. Our kitchen focuses on favourites of the Italian table, with an extensive menu from Carbonara to Chicken Milanese, with vegetarian, seafood, sandwiches and a selection of salads. Bar snacks are also available with a wide variety of cocktails and classic wines. To complete your dining experience, try one of Caffé Concerto’s famous cakes and desserts.
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Caffe Concerto Green Park
61 PiccadillyLondonW1J 0DY
The gelato was the best! The restaurant was lovely. We were somewhat lost and looking for a place to buy a map. When we asked Razvan, our server, for directions, he told us where the closest shop could be found. Later he came back with a little map! We loved the whole experience.more
Wonderful! Wonderful! Wonderful!
I was really impressed with this venue - lovely friendly waiters, excellent service and a beautiful venue. I came here for afternoon tea with my mum and what a delight. Sandwich selection - salmon and cream cheese, cream cheese & egg and cress. Beautiful cake selection (fruit tarts, chocolate cakes and many more delicious treats) and scones with clotted cream...more
One of the male waiters is a gigantic douchebag, but the woman he was with was able to salvage our experience. He was needlessly rude and even had the audacity to role his eyes. I'm not blind, buddy.
We both had some tea, mint for me, I think my friend had jasmine or ginger, I can't really remember, but we were both pleased. The cakes were good as well. She had tiramisu and I had a chocolate...more
Caffe Concerto at Green Park is a very comfortable! I had a great latte here and met with a business partner. The service was great, and it's in a great location.more
Man, I wanted this place to be better.
No question, it is funky. It's warehouse meets classic Victoria living room, with the dark wood and mirrors and leather sofas all in an industrial space. And they've got a nice menu filled with your usual lunch-like items of sandwiches, soups, salads and lots of coffees and desserts.
But here's where my impression sort of sours. Nothing blew me away....more