|Monday - Sunday||07:00 - 23:00|
|Budget||Great Value (£15 - £30)|
|Nearest Station||South Kensington|
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Beer, Cafe, Non-Smoking Restaurant, Patio/Outdoor Dining, Smoking Area, Smoking Area (patio only), Takeout, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Iddu is an inviting neighbourhood Sicilian restaurant, wine bar and coffee spot – a veritable punto d’incontro – set to bring the warm, sociable spirit of Sicilian hospitality to South Kensington. Its Founder, Luca Del Bono, was inspired by his childhood growing up in the Aeolian Islands. In fact, IDDU is a word Sicilians use to describe the Aeolian volcano of Stromboli and is the perfect meeting place where guests can get together for breakfast, aperitivo and late night rendez-vous.
In a convivial atmosphere and alfresco outdoor area IDDU offers a fine, simple, authentic Sicilian food experience, using fresh, natural flavours and healthy ingredients served up with a contemporary Mediterranean flair. The wine list features some of the most exciting examples of Sicilian winemaking; a special blend of Sicilian-roasted coffee beans is freshly ground all day; and the evening aperitivo is taken care of by an exciting cocktail menu with nibbles between 5pm-7pm.
A café and wine bar, with an authentic neighbourhood feel, packed with Sicilian charm. Open 7-days-a-week from morning until late, diners will be able to enjoy breakfast, lunch and dinner throughout the week. Expect Home-made granola for breakfast, For lunch and dinner, main dishes such as swordfish and marinated shrimp on cannellini beans, Desserts include Sicilian delights such as cnnoli and real granite, And Sicilian coffee. They will import coffee beans from Barbera, a coffee producer founded in Messina, in the north-east of Sicily in 1870. There will be some dishes available to takeaway and the wine list, in keeping with the genera theme, will focus heavily on Sicilian producers