Get ready to experience one of the most evocative and indulgent eateries in London. Trufflesecco is a charming slice of Italy's romantic isles in the bustle of the city. A small menu is comprised of fragrant cheese, meat platters, truffle-infused pasta and risotto dishes, all complemented by a sumptuous selection of prosecco and wine.
Monday to Saturday: 17.00 - 00.00
Détails et plan du lieu
- Adresse :
11 Camden High StreetLondonNW1 7JE
- Téléphone :
- +44 (0)20 3417 9889
Critiques de Yelp
Top 5 reviews of Trufflesecco
What a great place I'm in my heaven - prosecco and truffles!!! You can sit at the bar or reserve a table - it's pretty small so would suggest making a reservation after 6! Great ambience and friendly staff - little on the pricy side but a worthwhile treat! They also serve coffee En savoir plus
I got a Groupon for Trufflesco that included a meat and cheese platter plus a bottle of prosecco.
The restaurant is a cool space opposite Mornington Crescent station. The place was almost empty when we arrived around 6.30. It did fill up as the night went on but was never particularly busy. The prosecco was lovely but the meat and cheese platter were under-whelming. The water crackers in... En savoir plus
Cool spot to hang out with friends.
Very good quality Prosecco and the food is good too!!!
I wouldn't go there if you're starving but for a light dinner and catching up its just perfect.
My friend and I shared the truffled burrata, a selection of bread and the truffle gnocchi with sage butter En savoir plus
I had a great birthday celebration at Trufflesecco over the weekend and cannot speak highly enough of their restaurant. The staff were super friendly and were very accommodating with everything from redeeming my Groupons to giving us the only table that would fit all of us to bringing out a delicious piece of birthday cake. In addition to the meat and cheese platters and truffle popcorn... En savoir plus
Opened in the last few weeks, and without courting any publicity, was instantly written up in several London papers. So was rather surprised when I walked in after 6pm on a Saturday to find it empty. Tables did begin to fill up after 7, so perhaps reserve if coming later in the evening.
The bar is slick and modern, with appreciated feminine details, such as hanging plants, and attractive... En savoir plus