Sartoria’s Italian heritage and location in London’s historic Savile Row were the inspiration for David d’Almada’s design of the restaurant, capturing the glamour and romance of Italy in its 20th century heyday.

Guests can begin with antipasti made with seasonal local and Italian produce such as beef battuta, anchovies, and a selection of primi focuses on fresh, handmade pastas and risottos, such as fregola sarda con frutti di mare. Secondi plates use quality market produce for classic Italian recipes such as orecchia di elefante per due, a classic veal Milanese for two to share. At weekends, there’s an indulgent brunch menu featuring Eggs Purgatorio – baked eggs, spicy tomato & Calabrian ’nduja sauce with crostini, and Tagliolini Carbornara Gratin with black truffle, to share– and every winter, Francesco and his team celebrate Italy’s world-renowned, fragrant truffles with a luxurious white truffle menu.