da Scalzo is a new venture from Enzo and Robert Scalzo, two of the brothers behind the Patisserie Valerie chain. Having sold up two years ago, they spent most of their time looking for that “special” place! They found it in this converted church hall. Set over a double vaulted main floor with two mezzanine levels above. The menu is mainly Italian, with a hint from other parts of the Mediterranean. “Our Italian roots give us the reason to offer good food and wine, and from our experiences with Patisserie Valerie, we have an open mind regarding dishes from other countries. We want to offer a relaxed enjoyable friendly experience, also with free live music, mainly Jazz, every friday and every sunday night, we want to give the customer the feeling that they have entered our home”
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2 Eccleston PlaceVictoriaLondonSW1W 9NE
- Public transport:
- Victoria, Underground
I'm not even giving this restaurant one star for the waiter spilling red wine on my pants and not apologizing. But we had bought a fixed-course dinner here as part of a Time Out package with Billy Elliot and the service was so slow that we were late to the theatre! We had even arrived early for our reservation time, which was pre-selected for us by the...more
Great pizza ... I thought the prices are reasonable. I liked the ambience. It was a nice experience.more
got lost in chelsea and ended up here throught yelp. good service. good food. good prices. good atmospher overall. we all had fun. the shrimp risotto was ok and the salmon spagetti was really good. tip: use yelp's 25% discount.more
Alas dear traveler, here you are. By some unfortunate twist of fate, you've found yourself waiting for your coach outside the Victoria Coach Station. You're tired, you're hungry, and you're freshly devastated by the fact that there really aren't too many great options in the area. Sure, you could huff it over to the Knightsbridge or Kensington area, but let's be honest; you'd rather not...more
Even with the grand potential of mixing art with Italian food, in a gorgeous setting inside an old church, with the promise of past success of Enzo and Robert Scalzo of Pâtisserie Valerie fame...
da Scalzo was just da boring.
The most exciting thing inside was the light fixture -- which admittedly was pretty exciting. But the pizza was bland at best, service was pointlessly frantic, and...more