Guide MICHELIN 2020


(76 Reviews)
278 King Street Ravenscourt Park, London, London, W6 0SP

Opening hours

Tuesday to Saturday: 18:00 - 22:00.

Restaurant description

Winner of a Michelin Bib Gourmand and showered with praise from numerous publications, L’Amorosa is an intimate Italian restaurant split across two levels. Enjoy sumptuous Mediterranean flavours alongside an all-Italian wine list and beer range, all in a simple, laid-back setting.

The L’Amorosa menu offers a comprehensive taste of the different Italian regions, with pasta made fresh in-house every day. Delicacies like potato gnocchi with taleggio cheese, radicchio and sage are served alongside hearty favourites of braised wild boar and venison in red wine, juniper and bay. There are numerous vegetarian options, and sumptuous sides of polenta bramata, sautéed potatoes and green beans.

Expert wine recommendations are always available from the diverse Italian list at L’Amorosa in Hammersmith. For pudding, finish up with warm pear and almond tart with vanilla ice cream, or a selection of Italian cheeses with homemade chutney.

An acclaimed Italian restaurant in London with an intimate ambience, L’Amorosa is a 4-minute walk from Ravenscourt Park Tube Station.

Customer reviews for L'Amorosa
(based on 76 reviews)

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Recommended for

  • afternoon tea (1)
  • business (5)
  • child friendly (4)
  • dinner (65)
  • large parties (4)
  • lunch (29)
  • luxury (5)
  • private dining (11)
  • romantic (30)
  • trendy (3)
  • value (22)
  • By Johanna I from brooklyn
    12 March 2020

    Excellent food and service!

  • By Raquel C from London
    3 March 2020

    Amazing food!!!! Delicioso wines!!! The restaurant is beautiful, very clean and the staff nice. I had the green peas as start and the rabbit with polenta as main dish, my sister had the burrata and the cod fish, it was everything really delicious!!! I loved it and I hope to come back to try other dishes once everything looks delicious!!

  • By Anne Trechant B from London, Greater London, United Kingdom
    20 February 2020

    I dined as part of a group last night. There continue to be many good dishes, but it's moving toward UK-style interpretations of Italian food. Overly large plates of pasta, swimming in too much sauce, too much garlic, unnecessarily sweet agnolotti sauce, and lacking the finesse of the previous well balanced first courses Pasta mains only - smaller portions as first courses would be better.

  • By Aurelie C from London
    18 February 2020

    Very nice dinner in a calm atmosphere. Quality food and caring waitress. We will definitely come back.

  • By Jonny L from Sweden
    14 February 2020

    Very good food and excellent service.

  • By Frank B from London
    13 February 2020

    Great neighbourhood restaurant on two levels with a smaller, more intimate upper floor where we and the rest of that evenings customers were sat. Service was extremely good: attentive but not overly so and with perfect food timings. Plenty of delicious ciabatta, focaccia and grissini for starters with us sharing a warm potato and octopus salad. I loved my osso bucco special with saffron risotto. My partner had delicious little ravioli in a wonderfully rich lamb ragu oozing meat juices and red wine. Desserts were phenomenal with one of the best panna cottas I have ever had: firm bit with a slight wobble. Deliciously luxurious in the mouth with a hint of vanilla. My partner had orange cake which seems to be particularly Italian. Delicious citrus flavours with a delicate ice cream.

  • By Robert L from Hamburg
    8 February 2020

    Agnolotti had a really rich game flavour; panna cotta excellent with several ingenious accompaniments. Two groups of partying guests meant that the room was loud.

  • By Louise M from London
    8 February 2020

    Expensive and mediocre food.

  • By SS S from Fulham
    7 February 2020

    The most amazingly delicious food at very affordable prices. We had such a great time Friday evening. A beautiful neighbourhood restaurant with friendly staff, lovely atmosphere and a sumptuous menu.

  • By Cleo C from london
    31 January 2020

    Small but cosy spot nestled in between Ravenscourt Park and Stamford Brooks. The person who greeted us was cheerful and we were showed to our table immediately. I made a reservation about 2 weeks prior to the visit. The restaurant wasn't too dark but I still needed a bit more light to read the menu card. Most of the tables were occupied but it didn't feel claustrophobic. I had a negroni cocktail and it was made to perfection. The starter I had was salad with warm, tender octopus and purple potatoes. For my main, I choose the special of the day - squid ink pasta with Cornish crab. It was very tasty and my favourite dish of the evening albeit finding a couple of soft crab shells. Then I ended the meal with a chocolate fondant with caramel ice cream. The service was excellent and attentive even though there were only 2 person on the floor. Overall, it has been a pleasant experience and I will definitely return to L'Amorosa soon.

Restaurant Location Map
278 King Street Ravenscourt Park, London, London, W6 0SP

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