- Main course: £25
- Food spend: £50
- Opening hours
- Monday to Saturday: 12:00 - 15:00 & 18:00 - 22:30 Sunday: 12:00 - 15:00 & 18:00 - 21:30.
Great evening, food, service, environment- all pretty much perfect
04 May 2019
Villa Di Geggiano is a splendid 15th-century palazzo in Chianti with a noble lineage and acres of vineyards producing some of the most delicious red wine in the world. It also has an outpost in West London - a slice of Tuscan decadence and hospitality on the Chiswick High Road, with a front garden full of olive trees.
The small but perfectly formed menu features the likes of tagliolini with fresh crab meat, pici cacio e pepe and Tuscan sausages, flown in from Siena.
Imported directly from the Geggiano cellars, the wine list features and extensive selection of organic wines.
A slice of Italy in West London, Villa di Geggiano sits on Chiswick High Road. Stamford Brook and Turnham Green tube stations are both a short walk away.
Villa Di Geggiano
66-68 Chiswick High Road, London, W4 1SY
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Customer reviews for Villa Di Geggiano
(((** 20 August 2017 by Claire from London
Truffle pasta was delicious
((((( 9 July 2017 by Marc from London
Everything from being greeted by the staff to our after dinner cocktail was outstanding. Everyone was attentive the food was delicious.
I highly recommend starting with the prosciutto and melon we enjoyed two pastas one with eggplant and sausage and a black ink pasta which were both delicious the rocola salad was light and the aged ribeye and the pan seared salmon which we shared both melted in your mouth. Everything was fabulous!!
((((( 3 July 2017 by Alexandra from Chiswick
((((( 18 June 2017 by Regina from Folkestone
Exceptional menu, food quality and service. The waiters were extremely attentive and front of staff very welcoming. The venue was exquisitely furnished with a most delightful ambience.
((((* 18 June 2017 by Valerie from London, CHiswick
I booked very late and was unable to have a table outside, but we were fitted in to nice table near an open door. Our waitress remembered us from last time! We had very nice focaccia bread with olives, and delicious tagliolini al granchio . We had a very nice Pinot grigio with our meal. We were neither us really hungry so we couldn't even manage a dessert - a pity as the dessert is usually very good here.
((*** 16 May 2017 by Mark from Shepherds Bush
Setting was nice but food,quite expensive was very bland across all dishes on table. Either the chef wasnt there or the kitchen couldnt be bothered. Was really looking forward to the dinner and took some local friends, but very underwhelming
((((( 7 May 2017 by Alessandro from London
Excellent experience, interesting menu in a nice context with live piano music
((((( 25 April 2017 by Wayne from Cheswick, London
This is a fantastic restaurant with very attentive staff. I would highly recommend this restaurant to anyone looking for a special night.
((((* 24 January 2017 by Jon from London
Two wonderful specials. Sicilian raw prawns as a starter, truffled pasta as a main.
Very tasty steak sauce and excellent mash too.
A bit spooky eating Sunday lunch alone in such a huge restaurant but a sincerely but discreetly attentive staff made up for that.
Strong wine recommendation.
(((** 22 December 2016 by Graeme from London
The general impression of this restaurant is favourable, being comfortable, spacious and having an unobtrusive acoustic. However, its claim to provide authentic Tuscan cuisine was not apparent either in the menu itself or indeed the dishes we ordered. Tuscan cooking is robust and makes use of local ingredients well cooked and simply presented. The main dish, of meat or fish is served, on a plate, with the contorni either in separate dishes or served alongside the main in what can be a variety of forms.
I was served Turbot, smothered in vegetables and potato, so I had to scrape this away to see the fish. This is no way to treat Turbot.
The starter, which was called Antipasto Toscano was nothing like what it's name suggests, being stodgy and lacking the freshness and piquancy of the original, and failing to sharpen my appetite, which after all is its role in the meal.
Dessert was a concoction of pannetone and truffle flavoured gelato — interesting but lacking in delicacy or refinement.
A very disappointing experience despite the estate Chianti we drank which was very good.
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