Occupying the lower-ground floor of No. 11 Cadogan Gardens, Tartufo spreads over two interconnecting rooms tastefully decorated with an arty mix of period tea sets, books and vintage prints by the likes of Jean Cocteau and Belgian illustrator Jean-Michel Fólon. Bold red menus spell out a roster of contemporary European dishes, with lots of French and Italian touches applied to native British ingredients. Grilled Scottish scallops might appear with crunchy fennel, radish salad and pine nuts, wild rocket and lovage ravioli is dressed with thyme and veal jus, while a ‘side’ of Black Spotted pig is accompanied by burnt new season’s leeks, sautéed broad beans, and a chickpea beignet. To finish, choose aged Italian cheeses or take the sweet route with coupe choco-café or soft coconut cream with pineapple granité, pistachio and coriander oil. France and Italy also dominate the classy wine list.
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