The restaurant replaces Le Quinzième - Lignac's bastion of French gastronomy, which was awarded a coveted Michelin star. Tucked away down a quiet street in a rather off-the-beaten-path location near Parc André Citroën, the new venture takes its name from the volcanic island in the Tyrrhenian Sea off the Amalfi coast.
The interiors are being overseen by Studio KO - behind the Barn, Wild & the Moon and London's Chiltern Firehouse etc. most recently Lignac's other new venture - Dragon, the bijou and intimate Asian-inspired cocktail lounge. Expect aesthetically pleasing dishes from the cuisine of Southern Italy and a version of Ischia's most famous dish: coniglio all'ischitana, rabbit served whole with copious amounts of garlic, tomato, olive oil and peperoncino. Enjoy dining alfresco on the large, tranquil terrace - pictured.
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A taste of Italy