Located on a quiet stretch of the New King’s Road, the restaurant which is young in age having only opened its doors last year, is run by a young couple who live in nearby Kensington Olympia.
Partners, Dessi Krasteva, 29, manages the restaurant and is studying a masters in Human Rights Law, while her partner Nirson (or Sonny as he is known to his regulars) Gjoni, 27, is head chef.
They run the quaint, little cosy restaurant together seven days a week as well as bringing up their three-year-old daughter Veronika.
You can see the pair have put their heart and soul into the business with some lovely touches splashed around the venue, including large paintings of some of London’s landmarks including Tower Bridge.
The restaurant also sources authentic Italian ingredients to bring out the flavour in their dishes - which we were yet to discover.
On arrival, we received a warm greeting and were shown to our table which was by an unused fireplace.
Our menus were already there so my husband and I got browsing and soon enough had selected our three course meal for the evening.
For drinks it was a refreshing fresh mint lemonade for me, a real thirst-quencher, and a baked portobello mushroom (£6.50) with goats cheese and rocket, drizzled with pesto, a dish bursting with flavour and in my opinion a must for any mushroom lover.
The soft and creamy goats cheese with rocket, pesto and pine nuts was incredibly moreish and stole the show for me.
My husband went for one of his favourites and ordered the tomato bruschetta (£5.50) with diced cherry tomatoes and onions topped with basil and pesto sauce, also a tasty starter.
Looking round the restaurant, it offers a nice set up for families or groups dining towards the back of the restaurant behind an archway and a more intimate atmosphere for couples towards the front.
At first glance the restaurant seems small but once sat at our table, we felt the couple had utilised the space very well.
Onto mains and we opted to share two dishes; Penne Primavera (£9) with aubergines, roasted peppers, onions and olives with a hint of tomato sauce and topped with rocket and shaved Parmesan. A succulent dish although lacking in salt and not in the same league as the starters.
The other was the signature stone baked, homemade sourdough Pizza Primavera with cherry tomatoes, goats cheese, roasted peppers, olives and pesto sauce - a mouth-watering combination with a delicious thin crust (£9.50), accompanied with tomato and mozzarella salad (£5.50).
Other mains choices included risotto, gnocchi and a selection of grills including chicken, lamb and a variety of steaks.
By this point we were stuffed but somehow there’s always room to squeeze in some dessert and there was no question for me it was the creme brulee (£6.50), not often found on the dessert menu, while my husband opted for a scoop of vanilla ice-cream .
Both were delicious and devoured within minutes.
The couple also seemed to have some regular customers, some ordering their favourite dishes, which were well remembered by staff and others trying a new dish.
Several people had also stumbled on the cosy restaurant walking in and settling down in the warmth and diving into the signature stone baked sourdough pizzas.
An ideal place to dine for couples and families.
Getwestlondon gives Primavera four out of five stars.