Thanks ladies, it was lovely hosting your lunch. Can’t wait for the next visit.More. About Tucked away on Archer Street in the heart of London's Theatreland, Bocca di Lupo is a vibrant Italian trattoria restaurant catering to Soho socialites and luvvies alike. First published on Sun 25 Jan 2009 00.01 GMT, Bocca di Lupo12 Archer Street,London W1020 7734 2223Meal for two, including wine and service, £80-£120. He would also check in on us and we would be delighted for him to serve us again next time we...visit!More, Thank you so much for the lovely review and for coming to visit us! The Infatuation / 07.03.18, “Now something of a Soho institution, it has stayed in the critics’ good books all these years for doing what it set out to do - namely, serving food from all 20 of Italy’s diverse regions - and getting better at it all the time.” The Glossary / April Issue (p87), “Located on Archer Street in Soho is the bijou-sized and charming Bocca di Lupo -- a restaurant that’s been serving up beautiful Italian dishes to greedy gourmands for just under a decade. Thank you to Bocca for reminding us what normal looks and feels like. The dining room at Bocca di Lupo is dressed with canvases by Haidee Becker, or if you���re seeking art in motion, curious culinarians, Vegetarian Friendly, Vegan Options, Gluten Free Options, Italian, Mediterranean, European, Tuscan, Sicilian, Central-Italian, Southern-Italian, Reservations, Private Dining, Seating, Serves Alcohol, Full Bar, Accepts Credit Cards, Table Service, Sightsee28391056286, General Manager at Bocca di Lupo, responded to this review, Sightsee28391056286, Marketing at Bocca di Lupo, responded to this review, The go-to district for a good time in London, Soho, most strategic place to set off on a tour of the. It manages to make the menu look thoroughly regional when in truth it ranges far and wide across the country, just like any other modern Italian. Yes, you can share them or just eat them to your self!! Are the dishes for sharing? Great food and perfect service. If you are one or two and going lunch then you should be fine to chance it and turn up on the day however, the evening bookings are a completelty different case and you do have to book well in advance. “In bocca al lupo is the equivalent of break a leg in Italian. If a good dish comes along - and many of the dishes here really are very good indeed - you are simply left wanting more, which is never a bad thing. were certainly from a bygone age and would be much better placed in an abattoir. Thank you! Are you sure you want to delete this answer? The best restaurant reopenings Restaurant of the week: regional Italian cuisine shines at Bocca di Lupo Continuing our series chronicling London's new restaurants and reopenings, Italian favourite Bocca di Lupo is as good as ever, screens and all Staff were attentive, but not obtrusive. Hotels near V&A - Victoria and Albert Museum, Indian Restaurants with Outdoor Seating in London, Restaurants for Special Occasions in London, Restaurants with Outdoor Seating in London, British Restaurants in Regent's Park / Kings Cross, Chinese Restaurants for Large Groups in South Kensington, Outdoor Seating Restaurants in Whitechapel. Less impressive was a tuna tartare with oranges, capers and pine nuts, which delivered only the occasional burst of flavour. If you are a resident of another country or region, please select the appropriate version of Tripadvisor for your country or region in the drop-down menu. Life is tricky and weird right now but they made it seem hopeful and happy, if just for two hours. Please come again soon! Ex-Moro chef Jacob Kenedy and his partner, general manager Victor Hugo, have created this chic restaurant renowned for its regional Italian dishes. Thanks very much. And some of the interpretations are pretty loose. Different vibe but super cosy,we had quite a few dietary requirements, thanks to Carolina and her food knowledge we got an amazing meal and spectacular wine. We hope you will come back and give us another chance to impress you however. Yep, would definitely go again next time we're in London. The menu at Bocca di Lupo - literally "the mouth of the wolf" - reads like a wine list. Jason, Had a nice lunch with my husband, first visit for us, very nice food and the service was very good but for us as vegetarians sitting looking at two pictures of a carcass of a pig and then a skinned pig was quite upsetting, they...were certainly from a bygone age and would be much better placed in an abattoir.More.