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First off, I have to say, the staff are delightful and attentive.
However, a busy lunchtime in the city is perhaps not the best time for a pleasurable lunch.
We ordered some drinks but they took so long to arrive, our starters were then also...More
Date of visit: July 2019
Thank Patricia O
silvano r, Owner at Rucoletta Neapolitan Eatery, responded to this reviewResponded July 31, 2019
Good Morning Patricia
Thank you for your comments and I apologize for not being up to expectations but I agree with you that lunch time can be a little rushed (not with your drinks apparently!) unfortunately the majority of our customers seem to be in...More
What a lovely find ,thanks to trip advisor. Didn’t book , but not many tables empty ! Service from beginning to end was lovely , professional and informative. We chose a baked aubergine starter , with a basket of bread ...absolutely delicious. My main course...More
I had the Risotto. I would honestly give it 10/10 for taste and presentation. The service was very friendly and very prompt, I definitely recommend this lovely little traditional Italian restaurant for anyone who is looking for a relaxed atmosphere and authenticity.
I have been eating in this Neapolitan restaurant for years. Food is tasty and consistent in quality. The menu offers many choices for pasta, meat and fish lovers. Service is friendly and quick. Prices are reasonable (including Italian wines).
A somewhat Tardis-like restaurant, with a tiny front and a nice airy space above at the back. I am not sure if this would be too hot in summer though.
Good Polpetto, tasty pasta, nicely cooked spigola. Friendly staff too. If you fancy a decent...More
Delicious food (succulent scallops) followed by lovely, crispy-skinned sea bass fillets. Colourful sauces, fresh ingredients and friendly service, for what more could one ask from one of London's older Italian restaurants?!
Had a lunch at Rucoletta. We were welcomed at the door and quickly shown to our table - we sat in the upstairs section. We ordered the minestrone soup as a starter and sprinkled with parmesan hit the spot. We followed this with the pan...More
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