Sucre is a story of immigration. A conversation of Latin American and European influences – bouncing off the walls of a 310 year old former concert hall in London’s Great Marlborough Street. Open fire cooking cranks the volume on seasonal ingredients. The menu tells the story of Chef Fernando Trocca’s immigrant background and the European adventurers who crossed the Atlantic to make their home in his native Argentina. The wine list makes the same trip. Bottling the journey from Old World to New, made by the vines and makers who poured into the land bringing their secrets with them.

Open fire cooking, marrying charcoal and wood with the best ingredients we can get our hands on. Our menus change and can be enjoyed sharing style or traditionally. 

Highballs served down low in the basement beneath Sucre. Abajo mixes the sounds, colours, and spirit of 80s Buenos Aires, with live music and drinks by Tato Giovannoni.