Italian Restaurants in London
Adagio Pizza al Taglio
Review of Adagio al Taglio, the Italian pizzeria in Soho, London.
Aspleys - Italian Restaurant at The Lanesborough
Apsleys, which opened in 2008, is housed in the former Conservatory Restaurant at The Lanesborough hotel in London. Guests dine under the famous Lanesborough glass roof and are offered innovative cuisine and impeccable service in an intimate contemporary ambiance.
Ciro's Pomodoro Restaurant
Ciro's Pizza Pomodoro's building was built in 1894 as Turkish Baths, and is in a churchyard,which make this an unusual place to visit. The food is simple pizza and pasta dishes but diners go for the fun as much as the food as there's live music every evening.
Fire & Stone Covent Garden
Review of the Covent Garden branch of Fire & Stone, which apparently has the largest wood-fired pizza oven in the northern hemisphere.
Italian Coffee Company
The Italian Coffee Company on Goodge Street in London, known locally as Icco, serves large, cheap pizzas. The pizzas are thin-crusted and freshly cooked. And the coffee's not bad either.
Pizza Express, The Strand - Guide Review
A review of the Pizza Express branch of the chain of restaurants, on The Strand, near to Trafalgar Square.
Princi - Italian Bakery in Soho
Princi is an Italian Bakery in Soho London. It is another restaurant endorsed by Alan Yau, the man behind Wagamama, Busaba Eathai and Hakkasan. Princi is actually opposite Busaba Wardour Street. As Princi is an Italian bakery Alan Yau has linked up with Rocco Princi, sometimes called 'the Armani of bread'. Prices are much more reasonable than you would expect as the decor is 'cool'.
Strada Restaurant Review (SW6)
Reader review of Strada Italian restaurant in London SW6.