the restaurant is grand and bustling, in the best way, with a small but perfectly formed menu of delights
Wharf – it’s an oasis of unexpected depth set back from Chiswick High Road.
a beautiful hidden gem tucked away on the leafy edge of the big smoke, Chiswick.
Villa di Geggiano definitely offers a more adventurous taste of Italy than you will find in most London restaurants.
It’s a ridiculous thing, creamy even by burrata standards, cool but not stiff, slick with courgette and mint sauce.
the cosy atmosphere and seamless front-of-house service meant ease and relaxation for the duration of our meal.
Like all good dinners, the evening at this charming Italian restaurant in Chiswick had been relaxed and timeless
The food is simply stunning. Even with a vegetarian and a carb intolerant among us, we still ate like kings and were suitably impressed with every dish.
For those seeking a slice of sunny Tuscany during the dark winter months, Geggiano offers a welcome respite from chaotic city life.
The menu is a love letter to Italy and features classic Tuscan dishes like wild boar pappardelle and tagliatelle with Tuscan sausage