We are delighted to be re-open and are operating with one metre social distancing. As a result, and to keep our staff and customers safe, we now seat fewer than before and have, where necessary, specially made screens (manufactured by a local company) which compliment the interior.
We've insured plenty of hand sanitising points throughout the restaurant and there are extra cleaning procedures in place.The waiters are using face shields, so their familiar faces shine through - Chef Giovanni and kitchen staff are all set too and everyone has been updated and trained in the new regulations.
As with all other restaurants we will ask for contact details of all customers to comply with the Governments contact and trace regulations.
Last updated: 29 July 2020
Traditional Italian that exudes charm and hospitality while solidly delivering an impressive menu.
La Bruschetta is a small, intimate restaurant, just across the road from the commuter frenzy of Haymarket station. Full of old-school Italian charm, tables are elegantly dressed in crisp, white tablecloths and service is just as immaculate. The menu follows a traditional Italian format – stuzzichini, antipasti, primi and secondi. Combinations of local vegetables and Italian meats and cheeses, drizzled with warm honey and crumbled goat’s cheese, make for indulgent antipasti, best followed by classic Italian fresh egg pasta dishes. Head chef and owner Giovanni Cariello worked in some of the best restaurants in Italy before setting up La Bruschetta in 2002 and this training shines through in his cuisine. Seafood is a particular speciality; scampi breval and grilled sea bass are available on the à la carte menu but the real treasures are on the specials board, where the likes of dover sole, lobster and swordfish regularly make an appearance.
- Provides: Children's high chairs, Free wi-fi
- Music on stereo: Jazz
- Capacity: 20
- Largest group: 24 for private function
- Open since: 2002
- Number of wines sold by the glass: 9
- House wine: £19.95 per bottle