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Located just a two-minute walk from the Houses of Parliament, Quirinale Italian restaurant in Westminster is a bright, spacious dining venue with regularly changing Italian menus and dishes based on seasonal produce. Named after Rome's presidential palace and also one of the seven hills of Rome, Quirinale's welcoming dining room has been designed by David Collins and features cream leather banquettes, limestone, and limed oak floors. Head Chef Stefano Savio has established a reputation as an innovator of outstanding Italian food. Importing many ingredients direct from Italy, he prepares his dishes in a straightforward style, yet with bold Italian flair. Prepared using the freshest seasonal ingredients, the staff at Quirinale takes great care in the creation and presentation of the restaurant's Italian cuisine. Traditional lasagne, spaghetti and daily changing risotto go hand-in-hand with delicious sea bass, halibut and meat dishes on the menu.
Elegant but informal restaurant close to the Houses of Parliament.
Main Course £21
Three Course Meal £32
Three Course Meal £32
Open hoursOpen for lunch from 12:00 to 14:30, Monday to Friday. Open for dinner from 18:00 to 22:30, Monday to Saturday.
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