Cafe Murano


Try the second solo venture from Angela Hartnett, chef proprietor of Michelin-starred Murano in Mayfair. Sample Hartnett's famed Northern Italian fare in a menu that draws on inspiration from the area’s different regions. There’s also an ice cream menu featuring homemade flavours.

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Typical meal price: From £26.00 (USD39.91) per diner

£26 to £40

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96% customer satisfaction rate

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Cafe Murano

33 St. James's Street
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Yelp Reviews


4 out of 5 based on 9 reviews

Top 5 reviews of Cafe Murano

3.0 out of 5 31 May 2014
by Julie D.

Very average - not sure what all the hype

Is about. Asparagus starter was tasteless but the octopus was delicious. Had the lobster linguine for a main and wasn't at all impressed. Would go back.more

4.0 out of 5 31 March 2014
by Felicia T.

I've been wanting to try out this place for a while since it opened in November 2013.

Opened by Angela Hartnett, and sister restaurant to Micheline-starred Murano, Cafe Murano offers simple, rustic, Northern Italian food in a more relaxed setting.

It is centrally located, close to Green Park station, and just far away enough from the busy touristy areas.

We had an early reservation at 5.30pm...more

4.0 out of 5 26 March 2014
by Natalie L.

I'm a big fan of this place. I came here for lunch during the workday and really enjoyed it. It's right below my office so very convenient. I'm not sure what it's like on weekends, but It felt very corporate-y and seemed like a much frequented lunch spot for business meetings.

The food was excellent. We started with the truffle arancini which was heavenly. For my main, I had the white...more

5.0 out of 5 19 March 2014
by Prad P.

It's called 'Cafe Murano', but don't let this deceive you - it's not a cafe. It's a restaurant.

But it's not just a restaurant. It's an upmarket, quality (Northern) Italian restaurant, of the kind you don't see often in London's streets.

The menu changes on a daily basis, so what you may have on one day may not be on the menu on another day. The theory behind the restaurant is that it's a...more

3.0 out of 5 4 March 2014
by Andrew M.

Michelin-starred Murano's little sibling, Café Murano has become the latest hot spot in the trendy Green Park area. The menu draws inspiration from North Italy with Chef Angela Hartnett looking to draw in regulars as well as destination diners. The atmosphere is cosy with warm lighting and woods although a bit of light background music would have been a great addition. The staff are friendly...more

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