There’s an easy elegance to this swish Italian restaurant, where the cosy panelled dining room is crammed with low tables, leather banquettes, glamorous photos and a marble bar for espressos and cocktails. Next door is Chucs’ tiny boutique for men’s swimwear and classic 1950s leisure clothes. The all-day menu and pricey wine list suits Mayfair fashionistas, who choose delicious tartares and carpaccios and homemade pasta. The imaginative dishes include thick, luscious bigoli, and risotto with saffron, red prawns and Amalfi lemon. Main course might be a rack of lamb or tuna steak. Finish with affogato, vanilla ice cream anointed with strong coffee. A separate breakfast menu and an outdoor terrace also draw the local beau monde.