Cucina Asellina

336-337 Strand, London, WC2R 1HA  Categories: FOOD, Cafés Bars, Restaurant Italian restaurant in Westminster Italian restaurant in London

Inspired by the flavors and textures of rustic Italian cuisine, Asellina brings an authentic yet modern menu to its diners in a sexy environment. The locations embody an industrial design yet with a warm palette, concrete tiled floors and copper tone sky-high ceilings. Lighting arches fill the main dining spaces reflecting off the ceiling creating a warm intimate glow throughout as high-energy DJs spin eclectic beats creating a good vibe.
Ristorante Asellina is located on Park Avenue South between 28th and 29th Streets in the Gansevoort Park Hotel. Dine in the Flatiron eatery for breakfast, lunch, dinner or cocktails. There are two Cucina Asellina locations: Atlanta and London. Our menus capture the culinary passion of authentic Italian dining and offer a contemporary take on nostalgic flavors from regions throughout Italy. Signature dishes include Stuffed Cerignola Olives, Black Ink Tagliatelle with calamari, scallop and razor clams and the Lamb Burger.

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Report Subscribe 27/01/2015 11:08

We were welcomed in on a busy Friday evening without a reservation and immediately made to feel as if they had been expecting us to arrive at any minute. Our waitress, Ilaria, was amazing: friendly, engaging, and her timing of the service was perfect. For appetizers, Ilaria had recommended the poponcini peppers stuffed with goat cheese and dressed with balsamic vinegar along with the arancini with basil pesto; both were simply amazing. For the main course I had the Prosciutto Di San Daniele pizza was good, but the truffles had an odd taste to them. My wife had the Tagliatelle with rabbit ragu and we both agreed that the ragu was one of the best we'd had. After our meal here we are looking forward to visiting Cucina Asellina in New York City which is a little bit closer to home for us. It will be interesting to see how they compare.