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The grand setting in a lofty former banking hall lends Caravaggio an unmistakably City feel, but for all the suits and briefcases it’s a relaxed, urbane space: opt for a table downstairs if
people-watching is a priority; the mezzanine is a good space for a discreet business lunch. The menu mixes time-honoured tradition with the odd contemporary twist in satisfying starters of roast
beetroot carpaccio with Langhe goats’ cheese or a pleasing salad of baby spinach, mushrooms, Taggiasche olives, crumbled egg and apple in a Parmesan basket. Pasta comes in two sizes, and
market-fresh meaty mains include a well-cooked tender leg of rabbit stuffed with its own offal and served with sweet Chantenay carrots. Finish with tiramisu in a tall glass or wholesome Amalfi
lemon cake, served warm. The Italian-led wine list is replete with prestigious bottles as well as more modest offerings.
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