Mosaico is a little and cozy Italian refuge in Whitton, just off the High Street and it's the real Italian flavours in the area. We are serving simple but fresh and good quality food by choosing the produce straight from Italy. You will be won over by our warm and cozy atmosphere, professional and friendly staff and, our amazing chefs, working behind the scenes. The owner, Fabrizo Barile, is from Piazza Armerina Sicily, well known for its beautiful Roman mosaics in the Villa Romana del Casale. With his passion for good food and quality ingredients, Fabrizio likes to make the customers feel at home in a relaxed environment, but at same time deliver a high standard of food and service. Come along and let us welcome you into our family!
108 High Street
Telephone:0208 8983 995
Marimba is a local singer from South West London, and has been exposed to a variety of quality music from a young age, as her father’s pride and joy was his great record collection; always playing anything from classical to jazz: Stan Getz, Gilberto Gil, Earth Wind & Fire, Randy Crawford, Quincy Jones, Donny Hathaway, Marvin Gaye, Motown, Soul, Funk, Jazz etc. Marimba was part of an 8 piece band for 2 years, one of 2 vocalists siinging Motown & Northern Soul covers eg. Harlem Shuffle, I Can’t Stand the Rain, It Takes Two etc, performing regularly at private functions and parties. She also sings jazz, mostly early jazz covers /standards with a bit of Joni Mitchell thrown in, singing with pianist, sax, double bass and bass guitar. Favourite jazz voice – Ella Fitzgerald. Also part of a disco band singing at private parties and weddings. You can expect to hear songs such as 'When Sunny Gets Blue', 'Manhattan', 'Cry me a River' and other well known standards by George Gershwin, Richard Rodgers, Cole Porter, Antonio-Carlos Jobim etc. Andy Jaques has played bass guitar with many well know musicians, travelling round Europe and the States with various rock, funk, reggae & African bands. Signed to Polydor once he was asked to play with Ian Dury & Carol king, and is now turning his hand to jazz in a new collaboration with Marimba and Cheryl as a jazz trio. Cheryl Horabin has been on the West London jazz scene playing jazz guitar with a number of musicians for many years. In this recent collaboration with Marimba and Andy she puts her hand to any jazz genre with ease and sensitive expression, her rhythmical Latin numbers are especially a joy to listen to.
Added: 2 months ago Valid until: 31/03/2019
Receive 10% off your total bill when presenting your Richmond Card. Please note this discount can only be redeemed from the a la Carte menu and not in conjunction with any other offer, special set menus, takeaways and during music/sports events.
Added: 2 months ago Valid until: 02/01/2020
Updated: 13 Apr 2017