In leafy Montpelier Street can be found a secluded Italian garden style restaurant.
Montpeliano Restaurant is a delightful, split level the upper of which resembles the top city venue of which it is. Crisp white table linen illuminated by pin spots, hoards of famous faces, many of them signed jostle for position.
The lower level is quite simply unique, under a sculptured, sliding glass roof amongst the plethora of plants, pretty dressed tables welcome any visitor. That perfect place for sunny days and starry evenings.
Open in 1974 by restaurateur Antonio Trapani, Montpeliano has achieved landmark status in Knightsbridge as the place to go for dressy, classic Italian cooking.
Absolutely everyone has dined here some of the famous ones have left autographed photos behind. The extensive wine list is appropriately Italian, as is the wonderful service.