Sartoria London
Verdict based on 2 critic, 0 blogger and 1 user reviews and awards
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Address: 20 Savile Row, London W1S 3PR

Website: Visit restaurant website

Telephone: +44 20 7534 7000

Italian restaurant on Saville Row in Mayfair, relaunched in November 2015 under chef Francesco Mazzei, formerly of L’Anima.

Latest reviews of Sartoria

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Jay Rayner, The Observer

27 December 2015

Obviously I arrived here as a fan of Francesco Mazzei’s cooking. What’s important is that I leave still a fan. If you can get the cash together, order that raw beef starter, the fregola, the courgette chips and the zabaglione and it will be one of the most satisfying meals you can eat in London right now. You won’t begrudge a penny…

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Ben McCormack, The Telegraph

14 December 2015

Mazzei’s take on veal Milanese is the “elephant’s ear” version, cut thinly, cooked without the bone and served up in an irregularly shaped slice for two to share. It is without doubt the best veal Milanese I have ever eaten: no burnt corners or over-fried breadcrumbs, just soft, delicately flavoured meat encased in a coating with the gentlest of crunches…

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What the Critics say

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Jay Rayner, The Observer

27 December 2015

Obviously I arrived here as a fan of Francesco Mazzei’s cooking. What’s important is that I leave still a fan. If you can get the cash together, order that raw beef starter, the fregola, the courgette chips and the zabaglione and it will be one of the most satisfying meals you can eat in London right now. You won’t begrudge a penny…

Read full review »
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Ben McCormack, The Telegraph

14 December 2015

Mazzei’s take on veal Milanese is the “elephant’s ear” version, cut thinly, cooked without the bone and served up in an irregularly shaped slice for two to share. It is without doubt the best veal Milanese I have ever eaten: no burnt corners or over-fried breadcrumbs, just soft, delicately flavoured meat encased in a coating with the gentlest of crunches…

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