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.
|Typical meal price||From £25.00 (USD 34.98) per diner|
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Mele E Pere
46 Brewer StreetLondonW1F 9TF
Top 5 reviews of Mele E Pere
I used to like this place, not anymore.
Service is inattentive, the whole experience just mediocre.
Ordered a Martini cocktail which turned out to be utterly undrinkable, actually the worst Martini I have ever had. We were given neither a food menu nor napkins. Not even a small plate for the olive pits.
There are much better places in the area, don't waste your time here!!! more
Started off with ham-- always love me some meat... Then we split the wild mushroom risotto, scallops, and a beef dish (I don't see the last two on the menu so I assume they were specials that night). Exquisite presentation with above average taste-- nothing wowed us though.
-Portion size was on the smaller side
-Our waitress was excellent more
It only had okay reviews on yelp and it was only okay. The best part was the bread. It's an app but we ordered two because it was delicious. The drinks were eh, the food was eh, and the service was fine.
I would not come back except for the bread. Even my cocktails were meh. more
Went for dinner with a few former colleagues and had a great experience.
I ordered from the three course plus a glass of bubbly set menu. For starter, I had a slightly smoked fish carpaccio which was amazing and perfect to whet my appetite. Then, I had pasta with mussels which was also another mouth-watering dish, though I did wish that they had boiled the pasta more properly. Lastly, I had... 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