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Bocca Di Lupo
12 Archer StreetLondonW1D 7BB
- +44 (0)20 7734 2223
Top 5 reviews of Bocca Di Lupo
Bocca Di Lupo was somewhere I'd always been interested in trying so was delighted when my friend suggested it. We got a table at 5.15pm on Sunday having booked I believe that morning. Although you have a 2 hour slot we were able to stay until almost 8pm. They ask at the beginning if you have theatre reservations so presumably speed things up if they know you need to leave promptly.
The drinks... more
Came here for an early New Year's Eve dinner with a friend. It was very busy inside and the atmosphere was lovely, especially for such a small restaurant. We ordered quite a few small plates to share, and while I found everything tasty, the one distinctive memory I walked away with was for the truffled radish, celeriac, and pomegranate salad. Wow! This salad is what dreams are made of! Of all... more
What a magical place! First, you gotta get yourself a reservation. You can't walk in here unless you plan on waiting for awhile and they don't want you to leave or you will have your wait time start over, nor is there really a bar to wait at as it's being occupied by diners that also have a reservation. So first rule, get a reservation. A group of us were lucky to snag a reservation on a... more
In terms of food, I give this place 4 stars. The goat ragu pasta was incredible as was the octopus stew, and the langoustine and prawn risotto. The fried courgette flower with mozzarella and anchovies was nice but a bit too oily.
So why the 3 stars? I was looking for a good rose wine recommendation as it was lunch time when I went. The server was absolutely clueless and hopeless in... more
First night in London and here I am. First off my thanks to front of house staff they helped me get a spot at the bar.
This place is jumping. I ordered about the menu and my two top plates were the stuffed olives and the rigatoni with tomatoes and calf milk intestines. Both are go to dishes.
The arranchini was bland and the salad was over dressed.
Diffidently a repeat. more