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Home > Places To Eat > Carluccio's
Address : 342-344 Chiswick High Road, 
Town : Chiswick
County : London
Telephone : 020 8995 8073

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Carluccio's

Children welcome at Carluccio's
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Centrally located on Chiswick High Road, facing picturesque Turnham Green Park. A strikingly modern space with glass and azure blue fascia, fresh, bright colours and a giant black and white mural of a 1920's Italian feast.


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About Carluccio's

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When we opened the first Carluccio's caffè our aim was to provide great quality, authentic Italian food at sensible prices. We also wanted to allow informal but excellent service to our customers. The aims remain the same today.
We do our best to create a memorable experience in a happy bustling environment and I would appreciate any feedback, comments or complaints you may have. Please feel free to email me directly and I will always make an effort to reply to you personally.







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