A neighbourhood favourite and constantly featured in London’s best restaurant lists, Trullo evokes the intimacy of a beloved European bistro without overpowering the quirk of this old converted shop. Subtle grey velvet banquettes, white table cloths and brass trim contrast with the rustic original floor and heavy boat wall lights. The tiled bar leads into the small kitchen where the chefs busily create the now iconic fresh Italian menu. The lower floor is layered with shining black panels, polished concrete and sultry curved booths in low vaults. With no daylight to indicate passing time long lunches often become leisurely dinners.