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Formerly known as Quattro Passi, QP LDN brings the Amalfi coast (or its flavours, at least) to London, producing “a delightful experience” suited to special occasions and deep pockets. If the atmosphere and service can feel a little formal at times, “impeccable” front-of-house ministrations and a “lovely ambience” come in for praise from readers. Chef Antonio Mellino’s take on Italian cooking is bright, sharp and a long way from mama’s bosom – witness openers of squid tagliatelle with cauliflower or langoustine risotto with peach (fruit makes its way into several unlikely places), followed by sea bass fillet with courgette cream and Mediterranean salsa or some simply grilled chicken. Puddings are often centred on one ingredient (hazelnuts or raspberries, say), but also embrace homemade pistachio gelato and the rich citrus hit of warm orange tart with bitter chocolate. Wines are marked up with an enthusiasm that can seem excessive even on Dover Street.

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QP LDN

34 Dover Street ,London W1S 4NG

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Just another posh Italian

by   platinum reviewer (203)

Jan 2015

Londoners do not have to look far to find high-end Italians, particularly in swanky Mayfair. Nonetheless, a newish restaurant fronted by a chef with two Michelin stars under his belt in his native Italy deserves a visit. Our recent lunch at Quattro Passi, while impressive, certainly wasn’t stand-out and there are many other Italians I would rate above this one in the vicinity. As much as the website promises tastes of Campania (think the Amalfi coast) and diners are greeted by ornate lemon bushes...

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  • Food & Drink: 8
  • Service: 5
  • Atmosphere: 5
  • Value: 5

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QP LDN

34 Dover Street ,London W1S 4NG

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Mar 2014

In short: - very nice staff - Worst wine list I have seen in my life : wines are priced 4 to 6 times retail price. Cheapest bottle of red wine is 85gbp. Cheapest prosecco for 65gbp… This is the first time I go for diner, and I end up having cocktails instead of wine. - There were a lot a kids running around. I love kids, but if you go for a date… Go somewhere else. - Food was very overpriced too (I have been living in London for 11 years, I have been to a few overpriced places, but this one deserved...

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  • Food & Drink: 2
  • Service: 8
  • Atmosphere: 4
  • Value: 1

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  1. Published :

    A Girl Has to Eat - Restaurant Reviews & Food Guide :: A Girl Has to Eat - Restaurant Reviews & Food Guide - Quattro Passi

    Quattro Passi on London’s Dover Street comes from the hands of Two Michelin-starred chef Antonio Mellino who brings his blend of elegant and stylish Italian fine-dining to Mayfair. Antonio Mellino earned his Michelin stars at his flagship restaurant Quattro Passi Nerano where he came into recognition for his light and delicate touch on pasta and fabulous seafood and meat dishes. His menu is seasonal and is prepared using the best produce shipped daily from the Amalfi coast to the UK.

    The well-appointed restaurant is luxurious yet comfortable, and is in keeping with the elegance of Chef Mellino’s food. Ambient...
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    The Real Critics Guide :: Quattro Passi

    Quattro Passi brings you Italian fine dining in the heart of London&s Mayfair. The restaurant has been beautifully designed and well thought out, and manages to somehow deliver an authentic sense of Italian charm, while still reminding you that you&re in Mayfair.
    The head Chef Antonio Mellino has two Michelin stars to his name, and brings his unique and authentic Italian fine dining experience from Italy to London. His menu is crafted around using seasonally inspired ingredients that can be obtained and shipped daily from his native home of Italy.
    His two sons also work in the restaurant, and the warm family-run...
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    Life of Shayan - My Blog :: QP LDN

    I do love Italians and Italian food. As a people they are flamboyant and charming and their food with its simplicity at times is the same.
    QP LDN, previously named Quattro Passi has been around since 2014, yet recently went through a change and revamp. The menu was updated as well as the introduction of its new late-night bar and lounge located beneath the restaurant, QP Lounge.
    Read more at http://www.lifeofshayan.com/my-blog/qp-x-ldn-fine-dining-italian-in-mayfair64880965386468#mfxPQMpvep4GjSr3.99
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    The Critics Guide :: The Critics Guide Quattro Passi

    Quattro Passi brings you Italian fine dining in the heart of London&s Mayfair. The restaurant has been beautifully designed and well thought out, and manages to somehow deliver an authentic sense of Italian charm, while still reminding you that you&re in Mayfair.

    The head Chef Antonio Mellino has two Michelin stars to his name, and brings his unique and authentic Italian fine dining experience from Italy to London. His menu is crafted around using seasonally inspired ingredients that can be obtained and shipped daily from his native home of Italy.

    His two sons also work in the restaurant, and the...
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    The Hedonist :: The Hedonist QP LDN

    Quattro Passi is a 2 Michelin star restaurant in the Amalfi village of Nerano where chef Antonio Mellino plies his trade. Quattro Passi translates as four steps and refers to the distance from the restaurant to the sea. God knows I want to go there. Fortunately for us three years ago Antonio opened a London outpost recently relaunched in January as QP LDN alongside a new Dubai output. I’m excited to have been invited to review the new iteration.

    The London restaurant is all about regionality – the food is Amalfi-inspired and we perused the menu whilst drinking an elegantly dry Serre Lovre Valdobbiadene...
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