Italian restaurant in Knightsbridge, Sette


Bulgari Hotels London Sette

Sette brings authentic Italian food from the heart of Manhattan, with its own inimitable flair and is the first London location of New York City’s Scarpetta Restaurants.

Operating independently with its entrance at 4 Knightsbridge Green, Sette is housed on the ground floor of Bulgari Hotel London, with separate access for guests in residence.


The restaurant is open every day for breakfast from 7am to 12 noon. From Tuesday to Friday Lunch: 12 noon to 3pm. From Tuesday to Saturday Dinner: 6pm to 10.30pm. Saturday and Sunday Brunch from 12pm to 3.30pm.

The bar is open from Monday to Saturday, 4pm to midnight, and Sunday from 12pm to 11pm


Please click here for menus and reservations.

Note: clicking on the link will open a new tab, and direct you to Sette’s own website.



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