Food, glorious food. If you’ve ever wondered where the best places to eat Italian-inspired food in Kingston is, then why not check out this list.
Kingston is spoilt for choice with its range of eateries, so try out these suggestions and see if you approve too.
19-23 High Street, Kingston-upon-Thames, KT1 1LL
From his quest to healthy school dinners to those pesky 15-minute meals, Jamie Oliver still found time to create a successful range of Italian cuisine restaurants. The Kingston branch has proved a hit.
107 High Street, New Malden, KT3 4BH
If you’re looking for an alternative to Kingston town centre, then the branch of Al Forno in New Malden has proved popular since it had new management take over in July 2012. The large, dark setting provides a lovely atmosphere.
379 Ewell Road, Tolworth, KT6 7DE
Tolworth may not be the first place that pops into mind when hunting for a quality restaurant, but Sorrento’s certainly hits the spot. Offering a high-quality set menu at affordable prices, it offers a top notch eating experience.
1 The Griffin Centre, Market Place, Kingston-upon-Thames, KT1 1JT
Despite its status as a chain, each restaurant has a unique setting. Situated down one of the quaint side streets near the old town market, Strada’s simple but delicious menu appeals.
54 High Street, Kingston-upon-Thames, KT1 1HN
Boasting an attractive £4.95 lunch menu, it has a wide-ranging and inviting menu which offers great quality throughout the day. Rococo is located conveniently on the periphery of the town centre to get away from busy crowds.