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La Caricatura

La Caricatura W1K Italian | West End & Mayfair

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33, North Audley Street

Tel: 0207 112 8984
or 0845 345 1723 ( local rate ) 020 7629 7070
Email: click here

Weekday Opening:
11:30 - 14:30
18:30 - 22:30

Weekend Opening:
11:30 - 22:30

The history of the Dino's Restaurant empire begins in 1949 when company founder Signor Acini arrived in London from a small village in Piacenza, Northern Italy. His aim was to bring authentic Italian cooking to London and to celebrate an Italian heritage through his traditionally decorated restaurants and extensive Italian inspired menu.

A few years passed and after the success of the first Dino's restaurant in South Kensington, he opened a further six within premium locations in Central London.

The transition from Dino's to La Caricatura came when Antonio Barbieri's son Alberto, along with his business partners, approached Dino's in a bid to create a restaurant group that provided 'Naples on a plate' to the British public. Great pizza/pasta, Alberto decided, needed to be cooked authentically in luxurious surroundings, like those he had enjoyed elsewhere in Europe and only in a hand-full of boutique restaurants.

The building, structure, concept and menu has been completely transformed. La Caricatura's 'pizzaiolos' create their edible masterpieces in a specially imported hand-built wood burning pizza oven that reaches temperatures of 500 degrees to make the perfect pizzas...including the most expensive pizza in the world!

Less than 5 minutes walk from either station across to Selfridges

Area: West End & Mayfair
Cuisine: Italian

Dress Code: Casual
Clientele: Mixed
Entertainment: Sunday's Live Latin Music
Al Fresco: Outside Area
Established: 2007
Service Charge: 12.5%
Avg. Per Head: £20
House Wine: £15.5
Disabled Access
Smoking and non-smoking areas
No smoking
Smoking throughout
Kids Menu
Bonds Street/ MArble Arch