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I've had the pleasure to go to Bocca di Lupo twice now, and it never fails to impress me. This restaurant is easily going up on the list of my favourite restaurants ever. Great ambience and polite staff as well. Would definitely recommend it!
We ate here on Friday evening - just before we went to the Theatre. Our Waiter was Joe and he was very helpful and informative - excellent customer service. We really enjoyed our meal, and we loved the fact that we could order a small...plate of pasta which allowed me to order another dish - but we sampled all our dishes and we loved them all!! There was a great atmosphere considering it was early evening, it was the perfect choice for us!! Thank you.More
Bocca has been a favourite for my son and I for years. And it simply never disappoints.
The food, as always was fresh and delicious; the atmosphere unstuffy and the service friendly and supportive.
Special thanks to Sky our wonderful waiting person. Great fun and...totally helpful.
And to the sommelier for encouraging a rather higher than normal wine spend. Real skill! But it was delicious!!!!More
I have never ever taken the time to write a review and certainly not one where I feel the need to complain so strongly!
We visited this restaurant on Saturday evening to celebrate a friend's birthday. The service I have to say was great, friendly,...informed and attentive.
The food on the other hand was dire my turbot dish was inedible, the lamp chops were hard and chewy and the rum baba dessert was a soggy, damp disaster!
This is one restaurant to which I will never return - don't waste your money.More
Love this place. I sat at the bar, staff friendly and fun. I asked Christian to order me something nice and light, had a great carpaccio of fish and tuna followed by a great black rice and cuttle fish. Simple and great food. Went back...with my son and he’s been back a few times since. Took friends there, haven’t had a bad experience. Good value for money if you order the right things. Pretty crowded and full, excellent & fun.More
We have been dining here since 2008 and always find the food and atmosphere warm and friendly. Lovely lunch today with sharing plates. The pappardelle with morels was delicious as was the asparagus risotto. The tomatoes in the salad were beautiful. Every dish was enjoyable....The gariguette strawberries with mascarpone gelato and the almond and chocolate sorbets finished the meal off beautifully. We had a fantastic lady looking after us who was charming and very on the ball.More
We were thanked to Bocca do Lupo by our son (Del Huse) and his wife. We were a party of eight adults. We ordered plates for the table to share rather than ordering individual meal. Our waiter Jarred was so helpful and attentive made it...easy to have a good selection of what was on offer. The sommelier recommended a white and red wine and both were excellent. The food was the best Italian fayre I’ve ever tasted and we have holidayed in Italy many times. Even the olive oil and balsamic vinegar with our bread basket was outstanding. Maybe we’ll be fortunate enough to visit again! We skipped dessert and had ice creams in Gelupo across the street!More
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