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Sunday, 16 June 2019 - Father's Day we are open all day from 12pm with last order at 9pm

12pm–2:45pm (last order)
& 6pm–10:45pm (last order)
12pm–2:45pm (last order)
& 6pm–9:30pm (last order)


Our Reviews and Awards

London Italian restaurant

“London insiders know that summer in the city is all about being outdoors: eating alfresco at favourite old restaurants, such as La Famiglia, in Chelsea.”

Victoria Mather, Town and Country Magazine USA Travel

London Italian restaurant

“Within this corner of London Maccioni is something of a legend. What happened here is very rare in a restaurant, he told me. Normally children don’t like to go where their parents go, but we are getting the grandchildren as well.”

Toby Young, Restaurant Spy for ES Magazine

La Famiglia

“Alvaro Maccioni has been a Kings Road legend since the sixties. Classic food from Tuscany & Umbria and friendly staff who are very understanding with children.”

Harper and Queen, H&Q Restaurant Guide

Italian restaurant London

“This is, without question, the best restaurant in London. Formal without being over formal. Friendly without being intrusive. The food is better than anything I’ve eaten in Italy. People will moan about the ‘retro’ nature of the food, or complain the table are too close together, but don’t listen to them as they’re being pedantic. If you have a life and something to say you won’t notice the people around you and who wants to eat the same old thing served up rote by so many of the more modern and populist London establishments. Eat here, even if it’s your last meal… you’ll die happy.”

Aubrey Vincent Chapman, custom review from

La Famiglia

“The celebrity crowd still can’t get enough of Alvaro Maccioni’s simple Tuscan fare. In 1969 Alvaro Maccioni joined the fray with his ‘Alvaro Pizza e Pasta’, of which there would eventually be 18. They were the first to use real wood-burning ovens, causing Egon Ronay to bark in his Evening News column that ‘The pizza craze has hit London!”

Jay Rayner, Observer Food Magazine


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