About ASK Italian Wigmore Street
Just a stone’s throw away from Oxford Street, after a busy day hitting the shops, what better way to unwind than with a glass of Prosecco and a big plate of pasta. Luckily for you, Ask has all the perks mentioned so pay it a visit next time you are in the area.
On its menu you’ll find lots of carby delights to keep you going throughout the day. In the pizza and pasta section, order the asparagus and pancetta carbonara for a healthy take on the British Italian fusion dish; the award-winning purple basil pesto Genovese; or the prima pizza (which are just pizza’s with thinner crispier bases).
Although it makes sense to go for pizza and pasta when you are in an Italian restaurant, the main menu has lots of other options to go for, too. For example, the sea bass al forno with lots of veg and a white wine sauce, or the coppa ham-wrapped salmon are good options if pasta and pizza aren’t quite your thing.
Once you’ve polished off your mains, you can’t forget to indulge in a sweet treat from the dessert menu. From pistachio and olive oil cake to a Mount Etna bombe with caramel sauce poured all over it, you’re sure to find something to satisfy your sweet craving.
Ask also caters to a number of dietary requirements, so if you happen to be gluten-free you no longer have to worry about missing out on your favourite cuisine. They have gluten-free pasta available as well as some fully gluten-free dishes to choose from. Vegans and vegetarians are also covered, so everyone can enjoy Italian cuisine at Ask. The kids menu also has lots of options to pick from.
Make sure to pay a visit to Ask next time you’re in Marylebone as you’re bound to find a dish that will please almost everyone.