Villa Bianca Restaurant
1 Perrins Court, London NW3 1QY
- Hampstead Underground Station (<0.1 km)
- Hampstead Station (<0.1 km)
- Hampstead Heath Railway Station (0.8 km)
- Contact us:
020 7435 3131
2 Highgate West Hill, Highgate, London N6 6JS
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5 reviews of Villa Bianca Restaurant in English
I like this restaurant, always full but very cosy. The food is Italian and they have come good wines. I am particularly fond of Barolo and they have a cheaper one I buy at £45 which is excellent, but they have some that cost an awful lot more!
We used to go there for our birthday meals, which used to cost around £145 including liquors but we have toned down our special meals and each time I send £50 to a small charity in South Africa I support.
Nice place to take your special lady on a first date, but don't go and spoil it all afterwards ;-)
Far my best restaurant in Hampstead! If you like Italian food, I would recommend it to anyone going to this area and seeking a cool place for dinner!
Living in London for a couple of months now, I took some visiting friends there and they all loved it!
Food is excelent and prices are totally affordable!
The atmosphere within the restaurant is very pleasant!
It’s very disappointing. Looks very inviting from the outside; downhill from there. Service is amateurish and the food isn’t anywhere near good enough to justify the prices. Much better fare is available in more congenial surroundings at the Wells Tavern just down the road (among others)
Don't come here expecting nouvelle cuisine, Villa Bianca is the place to bring visiting parents and a place where North London's Italian diaspora frequent. Walking in, off a secluded side street, one has the impression of stepping through the door of a restaurant forgotten by the passage of a couple of decades, trapped in the 1980's. The packets of breadsticks on the tables, the menu, the decor, the staff (Italian waiters sporting shiny Gucci belts and plenty of hair gel): everything seems unspoilt from those years of shoulder pads and Don't You Want Me Baby. That is, trapped in the 80s - not fossilized since then - there is nothing dingy about the place and it's freshly painted.
The food was delicious - the asparagus fresh and tender, the liver with sage melted in the mouth, my semifreddo was subtle and not overly sweet. It's not cheap but it won't break the bank either - reckon on about 30 a head (without booze) for a couple of courses and a shared dessert.
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