Al Forno (Wimbledon) Reviews
Newest Review: ... it is also quite cramped. The waiting staff had to be very patient to get through little gaps carrying plates in a delicate balancing act. I was on the end near the entrance to the marquee part and was relieved not to have a plate of pasta down my back. However the staff were all efficient and friendly and took time to charm the smaller diners with a couple of games of peek-a-boo. We decided to skip starters and have a main dish with a side of garlic bread. Starters are the usual suspects: Calamari or Insalata Tricolore (avocado, mozzarella and tomatoes) for £5.95, plus bruschetta for £3.50 were typical options, although there were also... more
Customer Al Forno (Wimbledon) Reviews (1)
by - written on 10/04/13 (Very useful, 62 readings)
Whilst visiting a friend one Saturday evening in Surrey, we decided to get the tram into Wimbledon and watch a film and get a bite to eat. My friend suggested this place as she had eaten here before and enjoyed it. The restaurant is situated on Kings Road in Wimbledon which is just off the main thoroughfare and about 5 mins walk from the station. As you approach you instantly get the feeling of an authentic, rustic Italian restaurant. In the front is a covered pavement area. This is fully covered like a marquee for winter and is heated. Upon arrival at just before 7pm on a Saturday night, the restaurant was about three-quarters full and we were ... Read the complete review
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