Carlo e Camilla is housed within a former sawmill and the restaurant's epic popularity as a scenester-foodie paradise owes as much to the unique setting as it does the indulgent menu. This is fine dining worthy of a 21st century social media clientele. The space is enclosed within roughly-textured industrial walls, beneath glowing vintage chandeliers that descend from towering vaulted cathedral ceilings. Designer chairs are set at a long, cruciform main table that seats 70 guests, while smaller tables are arranged elsewhere around the floor. Meeting and mingling with new people is encouraged. It's an atmosphere that's romantic, sexy, and spectacular.
The menu rotates roughly every six weeks but one constant remains: this is the epitome of gastro-bistro indulgence. Recent examples include handmade agnolotti with eggplant, lettuce, and crispy ham, and raw shrimp over burrata and yellow tomatoes. Dishes are often eclectic and highly creative, so have an open mind for experimentation and push yourself to try something new.
Handcrafted cocktails are a specialty, in fact the bar is referred to as the â€�"templeâ€ within the restaurant. Preparation is as much an art form as the presentation, prepare yourself to be thrilled by these glorious libations. High quality beers and wines are also available.