84 "Italian" Restaurants in London.
Trullo is the kind of neighbourhood Italian restaurant you’d find in an actual Italian neighbourhood, and the food is simply fantastic.
If you want to know where to find the best Italian food in Soho is, it’s at Bocca di Lupo.
The River Café is a long standing classic London restaurant that literally wrote the book on tasteful, authentic Italian food.
Quartieri is an excellent Naples-style pizza in Kilburn, with a spicy diavola pizza that you definitely need to try.
Padella serves brilliant, freshly made pasta at very good prices. If you’re in London Bridge or Borough Market, make this a part of your plan.
Anima e Cuore is a local Italian spot, and the best restaurant in Kentish Town.
8 Hoxton Square is an excellent farm-to-table spot in Shoreditch. The menu is French/Italian, and we like it for breakfast, lunch, and family meals.
Officina 00 is a super-useful Old Street restaurant with a cool, laidback feel, serving affordable handmade pastas.
Gloria is the restaurant equivalent to a night that ends with a broken Louboutin. It’s daft, it’s delicious, and it’s downright fun.
Burro e Salvia, in Shoreditch is a small Italian restaurant that makes excellent daily fresh made pasta and updates their pasta menu monthly.
A casual restaurant in Covent Garden, Homeslice makes great thin crust pizzas with adventurous toppings.
Ciao Bella in Bloomsbury is an old school Italian restaurant where the spaghetti doesn’t matter as much as the story you’re listening to.
Brawn in Shoreditch might be one of the city’s best neighbourhood restaurants. One that might even make you want to change neighbourhoods.
Circolo Popolare is a big, glitzy, and daft Italian trattoria in Fitzrovia that’s made for booze, big groups, and maybe some food.
La Mia Mamma is a restaurant in Chelsea where Italian ‘mammas’ serve excellent food as if you were visitors to their home.