80 "Italian" Restaurants in London.
Campania is an Italian restaurant off Columbia Road ideal for a romantic dinner, that’s equally lovely during the day.
A pastel-coloured retro deli, Lina Stores in King’s Cross serves great handmade pasta to eat-in - or to-go from their deli counter.
Manteca is an Italian-inspired restaurant in Soho making excellent food at reasonable prices. Come for the pasta, stay for the date and prune cake.
The Soho branch of popular handmade pasta spot Bancone is serving the same great food as the original, in a bigger and better space.
Stampa is a straightforward Italian café and restaurant serving good quality and low cost handmade pasta and paninis.
Bar Remo is a casual all-day restaurant just off Regent's Street in Mayfair, serving good quality thin-crust pizzas, as well as pastas and mains.
Legare is a small and simple Italian restaurant in Tower Bridge making excellent pasta and decent antipasti.
Officina 00 is a super-useful Old Street restaurant with a cool, laidback feel, serving affordable handmade pastas.
Norma is a sophisticated-looking spot in Fitzrovia, that serves Sicilian-influenced food that is often disappointing.
Circolo Popolare is a big, glitzy, and daft Italian trattoria in Fitzrovia that’s made for booze, big groups, and maybe some food.
Lume is a Sardinian restaurant and wine bar in Primrose Hill serving upscale pastas and mains in a casual, lowkey space.
Cattivo in Brixton doesn’t have the best food, but it’s still a great first drinks and group hangs spot.
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.
Gotto Trattoria is a casual Italian restaurant in Hackney Wick, located on the river Lea. Grab a seat on their outdoor terrace when the sun is out.
Radici is a big restaurant serving Italian classics, and while it might not be the most exciting spot in Islington, it’s one of the most useful.