Set in the heart of Mayfair, one Michelin-starred Murano restaurant is the home of renowned chef Angela Hartnett. Cuisine is modern European with a strong Italian influence reflecting Angela’s heritage.
|Typical meal price||From £41.00 (USD 57.36) per diner|
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Top 5 reviews of Murano
Murano hits home. It's the perfect place to eat with love. There are no words for how lovely Murano is. more
After badgering my husband (who's been to Murano twice without me - HOW RUDE), we decided to go for a spontaneous three-course lunch on Saturday afternoon. Luckily, there was one table left to book, and we made it just in time for our 12 pm reservation.
I love the understated elegance of the restaurant. It's discreet without being showy, and the tables are strategically placed so that you... more
Tasty lunch visit here on a recommendation from a friend. They have a nice set menu for a rather reasonable price given the service level and location. Dinner would certainly be more in the 'splurge' price range for us!
Waiter service was excellent; here are the highlights per course:
Nibbles: olive oil and foccacia and mushroom croquettes
Starter: Goat Curd with Beetroot
Main: Veal Rump... more
This Italian restaurant is one of the best since I come to London. The outside of it is so simple but elegant, inside will let u feel bright. BTW, service os also great.
We choose the lunch menu, it's ￡33 for 3 courses(28 for 2)
Simplify my words so it'll be,extremely love the dishes!! The rabbit from the starters, the lamb in mains, and the peachs for dessert. So amazing!
Next time I'd like... more
Loved my lunch here. We had the lunch special - £33 for three courses, or £28 for two and £8 supplement for the cheese course.
All the little extras really make this a delightful experience - fresh Italian breads with salami and olive oil to kick things off. Fruity mousse palate cleansers and refreshing jellies ended the meal.
Every mouthful of each course was wonderful. Lamb starter was... more