The Wolseley is a place of serenity and peace, and returning to it is a great way to escape the chaos of the world. During the day, the Stockwell Continental serves as a coffee shop, offering delicious Italian coffee. At night, the restaurant in the back was bustling with customers. We had a wonderful meal of antipasti, including bresaola, ham, chickpea fritters, burrata and basil oil, and a delicious dish of sheep's ricotta and roasted pumpkin.
Unfortunately, we were too late to try the baby chicken seasoned with spatchcock, and we weren't feeling adventurous enough to try the medium white porchetta. As an orthorexic with intolerances to onions and garlic, I was pleased to find that the staff was very accommodating. The only downside is that a great restaurant will become popular quickly - and Bangkok Degree is definitely a great restaurant.