20 August 2014

Tartufo at No.11 Cadogan Gardens

11 Cadogan Gardens, London SW3 2RJ

£55.00 Modern European Chelsea
  • Wine: £25.00
  • Champagne: £60.00
  • Opening Hours: Tues-Sat 12N-2pm 7-10pm

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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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  1. Tartufo at No.11 Cadogan Gardens

    11 Cadogan Gardens, London SW3 2RJ
    Overall rating:
    Nevine H.

    oh what a dissappointment!


    • Food & Drink: 4
    • Service: 8
    • Atmosphere: 6
    • Value: 8

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  1. Tartufo is a restaurant that isn't hugely known but most definitely should be. Nestled just off Sloane Street within The No. 11 hotel basement it's not the easiest to find, but once you discover it I can be sure you'll be going back. All I have heard about Tartufo's food is what excellent value and how intriguing the menu is alongside decently priced wines... I was (obviously) sold...
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  2. Published : Thursday, 7th November 2013

    FoodiesOnTheProwl FoodiesOnTheProwl :: Tartufo, Aug 2013

    We didn’t know much about Tartufo before visiting them for weekend lunch. All we knew was that it was part of the same group that owns Gauthier (which we love) and that it was situated in Chelsea. Tartufo only opened its doors earlier this year in the plush surroundings of Chelsea. The restaurant is backed by Alexis Gauthier with whom the head chef, Manuel Oliveri, worked for years. Many of the staff have a connection with the now closed restaurant Roussillion (where Gauthier was awarded his first Michelin star)...
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  3. Published : Friday, 11th October 2013

    Nomface :: Tartufo, London

    Tartufo is set in the basement of luxury Knightsbridge based hotel, No 11 Cadogan Gardens, a short stroll from Sloane Square tube station. Originally built as four separate Victorian townhouses, No.11 Cadogan Gardens was built by Lord Chelsea in the late 19th Century. A portrait of Hans Sloane, the namesake of Sloane Square, is the first to be seen at the foot of the grand staircase. The building is magnificent with historically grandeur. Having read various reviews we knew that we were in store for a treat...
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  4. Surprisingly, another new restaurant has opened in Chelsea this year with barely no whisper of its arrival. The brains behind this plush new opening is Alexis Gauthier of Gauthier Soho and head chef Manuel Oliveri - who also came from Gautier restaurant and previously working in Italy at Gualtiero Marchesi's Ristorante di Erbusco in Milan. The hotel No11 Cadogan Gardens, bar and restaurant are all very typical of Chelsea. A quick drink in the gorgeous wooden paneled bar where some of the finest cocktails I have had are mixed up - you'll soon fall in love with the location...
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  5. Published : Thursday, 29th August 2013

    Samphire and Salsify :: Tartufo, Chelsea

    No.11 Cadogan Gardens is a lovely little boutique hotel in a peacefully quiet street in Chelsea. Nestled in the lower ground floor of this red brick Victorian mansion-block is Tartufo. The dining area was split into two rooms and both were beautiful – it all felt very glamorous. White table cloths adorned the tables yet it didn’t feel awkwardly stuffy; as we sank into the armchairs we felt very comfortable indeed...
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  6. The decoration is chic and cosy with nice vintage prints on the wall. The atmosphere is subdued and there is old jazz music, which makes this place more romantic (if you are on a date like me) or more friendly, relaxed I think if you go there with friends or family...
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