This is a nice place for dinner while on a budget. The windows/doors open on to the street, which was lovely during the warm weather. Wine was also very good.
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The place looks quite nice, but the service is just about bearable and there's nothing special about the food. We had two different kinds of pasta but both of them lacked taste. What also disappointed me was that the portions were on the small side.
We ate there and the food was nice but nothing special. It took quite a lot time from when we asked until they served. I've been to other Zizzi's restaurants and the quality of the food was the same but faster serving.
It was the worst meal ever. Mainly because of terrible service. Food wasn't as bad as service was. They did mistake with that what we ordered then even don't apologise for it. We was waiting extremely long for everything. For 100% sure I will never...More
My daughter and I enjoyed eating here on a couple of occasions during our visit to London. We especially enjoyed the gluten free options. Very friendly staff.
We went here because it was close to our hotel and ended coming back three times. The food is very good and one waitress in particular was very friendly and welcoming on each of our visits.
Pros: - Great wood fired pizzas. - Tasty tiramisu for dessert and beautifully smooth sorbet. - Mushrooms with melted cheese starter was delicious. Cons: - We had a glass of prosecco each, but mine looked as if the waitress had a few sips first. -...More