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Italian Traditional

Enoteca Turi

9.8/10
77
87 Pimlico Road, SW1W 8PH LondonSee map

Average price £58

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MICHELIN Guide selection 2020

  • The MICHELIN Plate: Good cooking
  • 2 couvert(s) Comfortable restaurant

MICHELIN Guide's Point Of View

In 2016 Putney’s loss was Pimlico’s gain when, after 25 years, Giuseppe and Pamela Turi had to find a new home for their Italian restaurant. They ...

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Restaurant menu

Chef Massimo Tagliaferri
  • Average price £58
    Special request
PARMIGIANO REGGIANO SPIGAROLI “DI PIANURA, COLLINA, MONTAGNA”
£16.5
Parmesan “from the valley, hills, mountain” selected and aged by Spigaroli, walnut and celery Emilia Romagna V
PUREE DI FAVE E PEPERONI
£14.5
Organic Apulian broad bean puree with roasted pepper and roasted tomato V
BURRATA E FIORI DI ZUCCHINE
£16.5
Apulian burrata with deep-fried courgette flower, seared baby plum tomato and anchovy

Dietary options

Gluten free, Organic food, Vegan, Vegetarian dishes
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Ratings & Reviews

Excellent

9.8/10
based on 77 reviews
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Quality of food :9.9/10
Service :9.8/10
Setting :9.7/10
  1. Sarah C.
    Sarah C.
    • 2 reviews
    9.5/10

    Really friendly restaurant serving good quality, interesting and well presented Italian food - and wine. Loved the burrata in particular. We had lunch before a concert at Cadogan Hall so a good day all round. Will definitely be back if we are in the area again

  2. Colin B.
    Colin B.
    • one review
    9.5/10

    The finest creative Italian food at quite reasonable prices. Friendly staff. Very smart wine list (mostly but not exclusively expensive). Undeservingly, a little quiet midweek lunchtime, A great place.

  3. Peregrine B.
    Peregrine B.
    • one review
    10/10

    Since we first went decades ago to Enoteca Turi, when it was in Putney, and loved it, it has been our first choice as somewhere to go with friends and to celebrate any occasion. The food is wonderful regional Italian food and the wine sensational. Reccommend going with a glass of the wine suggested for each course. You will discover some gems from Giuseppe's cellar. Or just ask his advice. He knows his wine.

  4. Freya H.
    Freya H.
    • 2 reviews
    10/10

    Fantastic food, presentation and ambience and the staff were SUPERB. So thrilled one of the nicest evenings in London in a longtime. We really enjoyed ourselves

  5. Fiona M.
    Fiona M.
    • one review
    10/10

    Lovely welcome. Very acceptable social distancing. Gorgeous airy Italian restaurant. Delicious meal. Family run with enthusiasm and care. Lobster linguine properly superb. Authentic atmosphere of Italy a bonus in staycation year

  6. Susanne G.
    Susanne G.
    • one review
    10/10

    This was our first visit, although we just live around the corner. We enjoyed every bit of the evening. Very friendly staff, the food was excellent and the wine recommendation splendid.

  7. Gill G.
    Gill G.
    • one review
    10/10

    Really lovely restaurant with superb imaginative food. Plenty of choice, including the set lunch menu. Very extensive wine list, all of which are Italian in origin. Both owners chatted to us after the meal, which we really appreciated.

  8. Howard S.
    Howard S.
    • 4 reviews
    10/10

    I am fortune that Enoteca Turi is one of my locals--and one of the best. Tonight was my first visit since lock down and everything about the return was truly magical. We had one of the few outdoor tables, the food was as superbly prepared as ever, the wine absolutely perfect; we were given the warmest possible welcome by the owners and the service impeccable. VIVA!!

  9. Nigel B.
    Nigel B.
    • one review
    8/10

    Great food and very good service.

  10. David M.
    David M.
    • one review
    9.75/10

    The service and food were excellent. We both really enjoyed the experience and would thoroughly recommend the restaurant. We started with the scallops and crab spaghetti, which were both delicious. We both had the monkfish for our mains, which we both agreed it was the best we had tasted. Desserts were Tiramisu and an almond frangipane tart which were accompanied with well matched desserts wines. A lovely evening, with exceptional service.

  11. Ronald B.
    Ronald B.
    • one review
    10/10

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  12. Peter D.
    Peter D.
    • one review
    10/10

    This is one of our local favourites (we loved it when it was in Putney and were delighted when it moved much nearer). The food is always excellent, the service is friendly and knowledgeable and the wine list is very good. The pasta with duck ragout is always a favourite.

  13. Peter H.
    Peter H.
    • one review
    8.5/10

    I took my grandson for his 23rd birthday along with his girlfriend. Both profess an interest in food but do not have the opportunity or budget to eat out regularly. So my first tribute is to the staff for their welcome and attentiveness. Enoteca Turi has slightly more style than substance. You know you are entering a 'classy joint' as soon as you see the smart, understated, charcoal grey exterior and greenery in planters screening two outdoor tables. Enoteca Turi is entirely at home among its neighbours - predominantly topflight antique dealers, art galleries and design shops. David Linley has the corner shop across the road. Judging by the prices on the menu, it's the neighbours’ clientele Enoteca Turi are hoping to feed. The meal was expensive, particularly as I chose to go with glasses of the recommended wine pairings rather than a one-bottle-to- accompany-all.The restaurant is renowned for its cellar so the chance to sample, between us, glasses of four different wines was also costly but worth it. Wines apart, it was all of undeniably high quality if uninspired. I expected more flavour from the slow cooked shin of veal and its bed of saffron and bone marrow risotto. But that was preceded by a perfectly good spaghetti con vongole. Grandson's rack of lamb was succulent and perfectly cooked. At £34.50 a head, it needed to be. Perhaps here you should choose your wines and then decide what to eat with them. If you treat Enoteca Turi as a good local Italian in a pricey part of town, rather than burden it with the expectations of a gourmet experience, the smiles on leaving will be even wider. Whether that justifies a bill of £377 for three is another matter.

  14. Amy C.
    Amy C.
    • one review
    9.75/10

    Lovely atmosphere and food was as good as expected. desserts were amazing, definitely try the Tiramisu (it’s a deconstructed version but the best we have ever had)

  15. Damir J.
    Damir J.
    • one review
    10/10

    Good food Good service Good ambient... Only music is too much formal....

  16. Andrew D.
    Andrew D.
    • one review
    10/10

    We were recommended to go to the restaurant and it didn’t disappoint, everything was lovely and the sweets to die for We’ll be coming back. Andrew

  17. David B.
    David B.
    • one review
    10/10

    We had a fabulous meal. The food was delicious and the service perfectly attentive.

  18. Nick H.
    Nick H.
    • one review
    10/10

    Excellent cuisine, welcoming and friendly service. Good wine list with a wide selection at reasonable prices

  19. Miranda M.
    Miranda M.
    • one review
    7.5/10

    I thought the restaurant was nice; food was good; staff were pleasant. One of the drawbacks is that the restaurant was crowded and the tables were very close to each other and you could over-hear people's conversations.

  20. Philip G.
    Philip G.
    • 2 reviews
    10/10

    As always we enjoyed excellent food and wine with impeccable service. One of my favourite restaurants in London.

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More information

Opening time

Monday-Saturday 18.30-21.45

Sunday 12.00-15.30

How to get to the restaurant

87 Pimlico Road, SW1W 8PH, London, United Kingdom

Public transport

District and Circle Lines: Sloane Square Buses: 11,211,170 Nearest train and coach stations: Victoria

Directions to get there

From Sloane Square, turn left out of the station, left again into Holbein Place. walk down to the end and turn left into Pimlico Road. The restaurant is across the road, a few metres down

Metered Parking, Single yellow line after 18.30, NCP Parking: Semley Place, SW1W 9QL

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