206 High Street , London, EN5 5SZ

  • Savoro Dining room CMYK
  • Savoro Restaurant exterior

SquareMeal Review of Savoro

On the outside, this Hadley Green ‘restaurant with rooms’ resembles a historic inn, but step inside & you’ll find a contemporary dining room: all white walls, clean lines & sparkling glassware. In the kitchen, retro accents again mix with modern touches. Ingredients are carefully sourced. You can eat at any time of the day: from a full English at breakfast, through lunchtime (when there’s a good-value set menu), to dinner when à la carte dishes are supplemented by daily-bought fish & 28-day-hung beef from the grill. The wine list has plenty of choice & bottles listed by character. Sit down to Savoro prawn cocktail followed by pan-roasted Peterhead cod with Puy lentils, beurre blanc & demi glace, before tucking into treacle tart with bourbon vanilla ice cream – all brought to table by friendly, helpful staff.

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High Barnet Tube Station 838m

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Address: 206 High Street , London EN5 5SZ

Area: High Barnet Station

Opening times

Mon-Sun 12N-3pm Mon-Sat 6-11pm

Nearby Landmarks

Old Ford Manor Golf Club 1km

Battle of Barnet 1471 1km


Telephone: 020 8449 9888


Cuisine: Modern European


Food & Drink: 7.0

Service: 6.0

Atmosphere: 7.0

Value: 7.0

Food & Drink: 3.0

Service: 3.0

Atmosphere: 3.0

Value: 3.0

John S. 25 March 2009

We've eaten here a couple of times now, once on mother's day and once for a birthday. The food is lovely, the menu is always quite interesting – they appear to cater for all tastes, and their vegetarian option always looks tempting. The venue looks great and is well spaced out – not cramped like some places. It's a small venue, probably sitting 60 people max I think. And it's worth having a dessert, haven't been disappointed so far. Worth noting is there's no steps to get into the main restaurant, in case disabled access etc is a requirement. Only downside for me is out of the two times we've been when I booked the latest time the attendant on the phone was a bit too patronising and assumed too much for my liking, which is a shame because the place itself is worth a visit if you ignore that. The service at the restaurant is impeccable and friendly though.