So last week, we were invited to try Harry’s Dolce Vita. If you haven’t heard of this restaurant yet, they always have the most Instagrammable displays outside (plus it’s right next to Harrods in Knightsbridge London!)
Harry’s Dolce Vita is a delicious Italian restaurant where you can also dine al fresco. We loved the beautiful interiors here and the service was exceptionally warm and friendly. In particular, we were impressed by the social distancing they had in place. There were hand sanitisers outside the restaurant and in the entrance area as well as another on each table too. They also had packaged face masks at the entrance in case you needed one. Upon entering, your temperature is also checked. All the wait staff also wore face masks at all times. We felt very reassured that they were doing everything they could to keep everyone safe and happy.
We started off with some O’Ndina Gin cocktails. Mine had pretty strawberries and blueberries in too!
For our starters, we chose the black truffle taglioli which was completely out of this world. We both loved it so much and would get this again if we went back. We also had burrata with 24 month aged prosciutto which was perfectly creamy and also delicious.
We then moved onto the mains. There was not a morsel of food remaining on our plates. It was that good. We chose the Frutti di Mare which was this gorgeous seafood platter. It included lobster, squid, prawns, clams and mussels. I was so happy because the seafood was incredibly fresh and perfectly cooked.
We also chose another dish from the black truffle menu which was the truffle pizza. The truffle shavings on top were super generous and a delight to the tastebuds.
Of course, our visit to Harry’s Dolce Vita would not be complete without trying their famous toadstool dessert which is made with white chocolate, parfait and pistachios. It was as delicious as it was beautiful. If you visit Harry’s, you definitely need to order this!
I was gifted this meal to try Harry’s Dolce Vita, but all opinions are my own.