SquareMeal Review of
L'eto Caffé Brompton
The cooking at this family-orientated café is based on the simple Italian premise of starting with good ingredients and allowing them to speak for themselves. This philosophy has won the L’Eto Caffé mini-chain a fair following, with offices and smart households dropping in to collect lunches and dinners or even getting their switched-on staff to cater for their parties and board meetings. In the three big stores (Belgravia, Knightsbridge and Soho), customers who have the time stop over a proper cup of Italian coffee and a cake, or even settle down for a full meal of the likes of burrata with cherry tomatoes followed by wild black rice and scallop risotto, or perhaps black leg chicken supreme with couscous salad.