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After a highly successful L.A. launch and a host of rave reviews, Sparrow took flight across the pond to open up a second outpost on chic Avery Row in Mayfair.
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Modern Italian & Mediterranean restaurant Sparrow has officially opened its doors in the heart of Mayfair and you don’t want to miss it…
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If you’re looking for a night out on the town for a special occasion, then make sure you head to the newly-opened Sparrow Italia in Mayfair.
Almost hidden in Avery Row in Mayfair is an exciting new restaurant opening that foodies will want to add to their bucket lists immediately: the new Sparrow, the restaurant concept imported after a highly successful launch in Los Angeles. Offering up modern coastal Italian cuisine, this goal is to whizz you across to the Mediterranean through the foods on offer. Does it achieve this? Certainly – although not without adding a real sense of LA about it, too.
An email arrives in my inbox announcing the opening of Mayfair’s newest fine dining restaurant. Sparrow Italia, it promises, will be offering something called Modern Coastal Italian cuisine. Great. Mayfair isn’t short on seafood restaurants thanks to the likes of Scott’s, Miro and Bentley’s Oyster Bar. Yet it is lacking a restaurant that combines seafood with an emphasis on quintessential Italian flavours.
Not everyone wants a tasting menu washed down by natural wines; sometimes straightforward pizza and pasta scoffed in glamorous surroundings soundtracked by a DJ hits the spot. Sparrow lands in Mayfair by way of Los Angeles and is themed around the Italian coastline, which is rather more apparent in an emerald-and-blue design scheme than a menu on which carpaccio of A5 wagyu is as likely as salt-crusted red snapper. There are four floors to fill, including a street-level brasserie, a first-floor indoor/outdoor dining room and terrace, a second-floor Parlour and a top-floor cigar lounge; with cacio e pepe (pictured) whirled tableside from a wheel of pecorino cheese, there should be no shortage of takers.
A modern Italian restaurant that embodies European sophistication.