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23 Beauchamp Place
South Kensington
Public transport:
Knightsbridge, Underground
Yelp Reviews

3.5 out of 5 based on 9 reviews

Top 5 reviews of SAN LORENZO

5.0 out of 5 25 January 2016
by Ernesto C.

One of the most famous Italian restaurant in London ! I was there several times in different years and always attended by well known people from politicians to cinema and sport vip !

Deliciuos food and superb service. A really poshy place to spend a joyfull night in ! Just looking forward to going back asap.more

4.0 out of 5 11 November 2014
by Phoenix F.

Stumbled in seeking refuge from the Harrods Vampires, tourists blood thirsty for sales. It was closed to prepare for dinner, but they let me have drinks at the bar. Very kind and genuine people, also do their best to accomodate. Quiet, yet not dead. I will return for dinner soon and update on food.more

3.0 out of 5 3 February 2013
by Casey T.

One of the Old School Italians that used to be the rage in 60's/80's London, San Lorenzo hasn't stood the test of time as well as the others.

Gossip says Lady Di frequented the restaurant in its long gone glory days. Now weekends can be crowded and weekdays a quiet hush among empty tables.

The menu has a fair selection of Carne, Pesce, and Pasta; Appetizers are varied and expansive....more

3.0 out of 5 21 January 2013
by Kath U.

Well I agree with some of the put downs about this place. Afterall, I was dating a rock star when I ate here the first time. My pasta was actually okay. Was it worth the amount of pounds it cost, well no but it was decent. Calamari is good. Service is impeccable and yep it is a place to be seen and most of all to be seen with someone famous. And yes I returned with the same rock star again and...more

3.0 out of 5 9 October 2009
by Britt X.

You can't beat the 80's jet-set style of this place. The dining rooms are decked out with retro art (the good and the bad), palm trees, outdoor patio umbrellas and endless homages to the days when cocaine was probably snorted in the loos and prostitutes forced themselves on any man in a suit (actually, both probably still happen).

I heard the food wasn't all the rave, but my monk fish main...more

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