Cacciari’s restaurants have been established in 2009 in South Kensington, London, and based on the concept of the typical “trattoria Bolognese”,

that mainly emphasises the quality and the freshness of the raw materials to offer all our customers genuine food along with a warm welcoming. 
The company is growing ever since started, but we don’t forget outstanding quality as our focus across all our restaurants, whether you would like to dive into the Italian or Asian culinary experience of our new venue.
Our homemade bread, piadinas, sauces and desserts are the expression of Italy, you will find these specialties in the Italian-rooted branches of South Kensington, Earl’s Court and Notting Hill.

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Cacciari's Asia

Cacciari’s Asia specialises instead in coupling the delicious subtlety and beauty of Japanese food

with a modern twist by using only the finest, carefully-sourced local ingredients, all set in beautifully chic designer interiors with an open plan sushi counter, creating the ultimate culinary and sensory experience outside Ginza Japan, giving a unique but traditional experience.

Philosophy

Cacciari’s restaurants are thought to offer a relaxed yet elegant neighbourhood destination, where the food is flavoursome yet creative, and the approach is familiar. 
We believe that being genuine and passionate in the experience we provide to the customers has permitted us to being recognised and valued by the vast and diverse clientele of London, which has permitted us to grow over the years.
This has been possible thanks to the loyal cooperation of our staff members to which we are grateful.

Mission

At Cacciari’s we pride ourselves in providing quality fresh ingredients and offering authentic dishes in a friendly but professional atmosphere.
We pursue this with our in-house production which guarantees to our customers only fresh products that are prepared every morning. Cured meats and cheese are instead imported from direct import selecting the best of the artisan production to give you the top of genuine food.