Located right in the middle of South Kensington, visit Ask Italian after a day of sightseeing around the city. You’ll find all the popular Italian dishes on this menu, as well as some fun twists on the classics. All housed among minimal décor, an open theatre-style kitchen and luscious green house plants, it’s the perfect place to enjoy a spot of Italian food.
To kick off your Italian feast, go for the burrata caprese or pea and ricotta soufflé. If you’re in the mood for sharing, the antipasti plates are a great way to get a taste of lots of different things off the starter menu, including cold cuts of meat, cheese and bread, accompanied with a selection of dips.
On to the main menu, you’ll find all the classic pizza and pasta dishes you’d expect from a chain Italian restaurant. On top of this, opt for the sea bass al forno with new potatoes and a white wine sauce, or the Tuscan classic of pork belly porchetta.
To accompany your meal, the list of sides includes zucchini fritte, rosemary sweet potato fries and a rainbow salad with citrus dressing.
On the drinks menu, there is a host of options to quench your thirst and accompany your meal. If you aren’t big on drinking alcohol, the selection of lemonades is a perfectly refreshing treat. For those looking to add some booze to their meal, there is a huge selection of Italian wines and Prosecco as well as Negroni’s and Aperol Spritz.
No-one has to miss out when it comes to eating at Ask. The extensive vegan, gluten-free and vegetarian menus mean there really is something for everyone – you won’t leave this restaurant with any unhappy campers. Vegans can choose from vegan spaghetti al Pomodoro or Arrabiata and for dessert, they can choose from a number of different vegan sorbets or the award-winning blood orange and chocolate tart.