With a kitchen full of seasonal ingredients straight from the chef's home town near Rome, Latium is wholeheartedly committed to the gutsy flavours of its robust Italian cuisine. This unobtrusively stylish restaurant, just a short walk from Oxford Street, has a smart, intimate ambience that together with the critically acclaimed menu has won it plenty of fans since opening in 2003.
|Typical meal price||From £26.00 per diner|
£26 to £40
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Venue Details & Map
21 Berners StreetLondonW1T 3LP
- +44 (0)20 7323 9123
Top 5 reviews of Latium
High quality food at reasonable prices in the heart of Soho. Also very attentive to multiple food allergies. Risotto and parpadelle were both very good more
One of the worst restaurants we've ever eaten at, especially on a special occasion like New Year's Eve. We were so looking forward to it, and all started well with the attention and bread/meats/cheese/olives to munch on. It all went to hell when the food arrived. All the pasta was undercooked (raviolone, ravioli special, and tagliatelle). The raviolone were drenched in butter, the ravioli... more
The atmosphere is nice white linen style. The service was spot on. The tables were tight so I was glad it was mostly empty because elbow room would of been an issue.
Everything we ordered was delicious with the exception of the duck. It was so overdone and chewy I couldn't eat but a couple of slices. My knife could barely cut through it.
Our server did notice I wasn't eating the duck and... more
Latium has good quality food, but I don't like the vibe of the restaurant at all. First of all, it's never very crowded and only a few tables are taken. This doesn't make for a fun, vibrant atmosphere. Second, making matters worse, waiters hover around you, watch you, and make you feel so uncomfortable. I get that they don't have anything else to do since they aren't busy, but it makes for a... more
I've been to Latium twice, 2 months apart, and unfortunately the 1st visit was significantly better than the second visit. My first visit comprised of having a fragrant tuna tartare as a starter, roast duck that comes with a decent gravy as the main and the pear and almond tarte with vanilla ice cream as a substantial dessert. The meal was then followed by complementary petit fours, which were... more