Bocconcino restaurant is a tasty Italian dishes made from excellent quality ingredients; it's one of the best pizzas in the city made by Italian pizzaiolo; it's a wide list of Italian fine wines served by the glass and a relax atmosphere conveyed by the pizza restaurant in Forte dei Marm town.
The first Bocconcino restaurant in Moscow was opened in 2006 at Strastnoy Boulevard by famous Moscow restaurant-keeper Mikhail Gokhner. Today BOCCONCINO is a popular restaurant chain with 7 restaurants in Moscow, London and Nizhny Novgorod
The restaurant follows the best culinary principles of Italy: excellent quality ingredients, honest cooking and first class service.
The food was so authentic, flavoursome and not overly complicated and combined dishes with real depth of flavour with that comfort factor.
We feasted, we romanced and we enjoyed. I can’t wait to be back in London again – when I will certainly be returning.
This slick restaurant in Mayfair specialises in traditional Italian cuisine, with fish and seafood dishes a focus. In fact, you can check out the day’s haul in the fish display, with produce laid out on ice ready to be taken to the kitchen and cooked over an open fire.Read
And if you walk along the fashionable Knightsbridge or Belgravia Square (for some time also known as "Red Square"), or Mayfair, especially around Berkeley Square, the centre of the so-called "Golden Mile", where most of our filming took place - then you'll come across the recently opened Bocconcino restaurant by Michail Gokhner.Read
Bocconcino is ideal for a romantic supper or a party to remember. The menu, which is the vision of the executive chef Marco Corsica, allows guests to choose between a more informal style of dining – think antipasti to share, followed by a classic selection of pizzas – and an extravagant feast for special occasions.Read
It’s my favourite Mayfair Italian – there, I’ve said it – and I await the day I return with baited breath and dreams of cheese and wine. Noticeable attributes to the luxurious space include a gorgeous tree and a cellar-cum-orchard immersion as you eat surrounded by exposed brick, booths booming with wine serves and fish ready for the much displayed intriguingly by the busy open kitchen.Read
Bright yellow tagliatelle swimming in a buttery sauce and topped with a decadent, perfumed and nutty black truffle, and a comparatively rustic (but devilishly hard to perfect) pici cacio e pepe – tagliatelle with pecorino Romano and black pepper – were truly bellissimo. This being Mayfair, service is top-notch and there’s a sommelier to help guide you through the Italian wine list.Read
Fresh, fine produce and an excellent fish selection are the winning factors of Bocconcino. The recipes remain traditional, with a slight contemporary twist. The splendid interior and the cosy atmosphere makes this a delightful Italian oasis in the most grandiose district of central London.Read
The service provided was truly first class, with the friendly and attentive staff ensuring our glasses were never empty, supplying us with recommendations for dishes to try and the best wines to pair them with.Read
I would highly recommend Bocconcino not only for their very appealing Italian food menu, but also for those who enjoy alcoholic beverages, they will be blessed with an extensive wine list, a very stylish interior design, and definitely an outstanding service and staff.Read
You know you are onto a winner when, after ordering, your waiter advises you that you are going to have to move to a bigger table to accommodate all your food.
For quality, variety and – let’s face it – quantity, Bocconcino's four-course menu simply can’t be beaten. The restaurant also offers a seven-course affair; consider yourself warned.