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La Gaffe
107 - 111 Heath Street

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In traditional and historic Hampstead village; 12 minutes by tube to central London; 3 minutes from Hampstead tube and 4 minutes from Hampstead Heath.

Originally dating back to 1734, this site was once the home of a shepherd. Now it is a family-run, cosy residential Guest Accommodation with the emphasis on comfort and informality.

Every room has a shower, toilet, television, hair dryer, tea and coffee making facilities and telephone.

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Ratings/Awards: 3 Diamonds
Number of Rooms: 18
Number Ensuite: 18

Price per Person

Price Includes: Cold buffet breakfast and VAT
Double: £49.50 - £42.50
Twin: £49.50
Single: £75
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Name: La Gaffe
Cuisine: Italian

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Parking - Very limited
Credit Cards Accepted
Open All Year
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Sample Menu:

Gli Antipasti

Minestrone £ 4.95
Traditional Italian vegetable soup

Bresaola £ 6.50
Slices of smoked beef topped with wild rocket, parmesan shavings and sun-dried tomatoes

Asparagi Gratinato £ 6.50
Asparagus covered with ham and a cheedar and parmesan cheese sauce

Insalata Mediterraneo £ 6.50
Roasted peppers, artichoke hearts, feta cheese, tomatoes, olives and cucumber
on a bed of baby spinach and wild rocket

Calamari Fritti £ 6.95
Deep-fried breaded squid rings, served with tartare sauce and a salad garnish

Avocado con Salmone £ 7.50
Fresh avocado with smoked salmon and mozzarella

Le Paste
Gnocchi al Forno £ 6.95
Fresh potato dumplings basked in a tomato, mozarella and Parmesan sauce.

Ravioli Rosa £ 7.50
Pasta parcels filled with ricotta cheese and spinach in a pesto sauce

Spaghetti Alfredino £ 7.50
Long pasta with mushrooms, courgettes, sun-dried tomatos, wild rocket
garlic and chilli, tossed in extra Virgin olive oil

Fettucine Salmone £ 8.50
Thin flat strips of pasta with smoked salmon and asparagus, in a dill and cream sauce

Spaghetti Pescatore £ 9.95
Long pasta, with squid rings, clams, mussels, prawns, garlic and chilli in a fresh tomato
and white wine sauce

Risotto ai Funghi £ 7.95
Arborio rice with wild mushrooms, topped with rocket and Parmesan shavings

For a large serving of the above, add £2.00

Le Carni

Pollo Gratinato £10.50
Grilled chicken breast, topped with aubergine and mozzarella on a bed of tomato sauce

Fegato Burro e Salvia £12.50
Pan-seared calf’s liver in a butter and sage sauce

Vitello al Limone £12.50
Pan-seared veal escalope in a lemon caper and white wine sauce

Costolette D’Agnello £12.95
Rack of lamb, marinated in a Dijon mustard, herb and garlic sauce

Filetto al Pepe Verde £15.50
Fillet steak in a green peppercorn sauce

I Pesci
Merluzzo alla Pescarese £11.50
Baked cod topped with baby clams and prawns, in a tomato, garlic, chilli white wine sauce

Sogliola Fiorentina £11.50
Baked fillet of lemon sole on a bed of spinach, in a tomato and bechamel sauce

Branzino al Forno £12.50
Grilled whole sea bass topped with olive oil and herbs

Tonno Grigliato £14.50
Grilled tuna steak served on a julienne of fresh tomatoes, sweet corn and mango,
topped with friend wild rocket and baby spinach with an olive oil-pesto dressing

Scampi al Funghetto £14.95
Scampi in a mushroom, brandy and cream sauce, served with saffron rice

Contorni £ 2.00 (per dish)

Spinach Fried zucchini Carrots
Broccoli Cauliflower French beans
Peas Red cabbage Potato of the day

Service is not included
(There will be a 12.5% charge for groups of six or more)

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