Review: Ca’puccino, King’s Road, London

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Out Of Office Magazine reviews Ca’puccino, a charming coffee house and kitchen located near Sloane Square 

The concept of Ca’puccino was born in Italy and it shows. The coffee house and kitchen offers locally sourced Italian food and drinks in great chic locations.

Owner and creator Giacomo Moncalvo has crafted a great brand and its success has spread, with 10 locations across Italy and five in London.

We tried out the King’s Road branch located a stones throw away from Sloane Square tube station. Most of what is on offer comes straight from Italy, so many of the food is not available anywhere else in London. But the small, yet growing chain, is eco-conscious and will source what they can locally – like meat.

We let the manager lead us through the menu and he started us off with the Italian afternoon tea which featured sweet and savoury canapé-style bites with Italian fizz and flower tea. Then a cold tuna salad accompanied with a glass of dry rosé, followed by green pesto pasta with pine nuts and parmesan with a full bodied red to wash it all done. To finish the meal we sampled some of their specially brewed coffee and were keen to buy a bag to bring home.

What? A charming and authentic coffee house and kitchen, with a wide variety of locations to choose from – and we certainly expect to see more opening up very soon.

Why Choose Ca’puccino? It has the relaxing atmosphere of a Café but the elegance and quality food of a five star restaurant. Perfect for a quick coffee or a longer appointment.

 

138a King’s Road SW3 4XB

0207 0360 555

www.ca-puccino.com

 

 

 

 

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