Situated in the O2 Shopping Centre, next to Finchley Road tube station, Zizzi is a beautifully designed Italian restaurant with its own olive tree inside the restaurant. Popular with cinema-goers, party revellers, families, and celebrities - what makes Zizzi so good is the delicious food and friendly service you receive with every visit.Zizzi restaurants are passionate about simple Italian cookery. Whether it's pizza or pasta, salads or risotto, or carne and pesce (meat and fish), each dish is prepared with fresh, seasonal ingredients - from the popular classics to Zizzi's own innovations - ensuring that you can enjoy a great Italian dining experience, at any of Zizzi's Italian restaurants around the country.
|Typical meal price:||From £25.00 (USD31.47) per diner|
£25 and under
Venue Details & Map
Zizzi - Finchley Road O2 Centre
Unit 10 The O2 CentreLondonNW3 6LU
At the moment they have a summer salad with chicken, courgette, roasted peaches and so on that's really tasty ! :-)
Located at the top floor of O2 shopping centre on Finchley Rd, the restaurant is quite nice ! The staff is helpful and funny (well, at least our waiter was :-)). The pizzas are also really great (but I still have to try them, the salads are so appealing that I end up with one...more
Really friendly service, but found it odd that they wouldn't let the two of us take a table for 4 despite it being 1.30pm and only 3 other tables were taken. Also, good thing we didn't order more than we did (big antipasti platter and a pizza, plus a big bottle of water all to share), as we wouldn't have had enough space!
The food was alright: the antipasti was a fair size to share between...more
We're here for the second time and I love the fact that they're very friendly to people with special needs in food (lactofree, gluten free etc...)more
We were at the Finchley road O2 branch and not only did the kitchen served us a calzone with raw dough, when we commented on this the chef told us "you don't have to eat that part of the calzone" and "I can put it back in the oven and burn the rest of the filling". He also refused to admit that it was raw dough and then yelled at us "what do you want?".
With this kind of shocking service we...more
After a walk in the evening sun to the O2 Centre to buy some food at Sainsbury's, I decided to stop at Zizzi for dinner.
It's right, this restaurant does not have to much atmosphere, but to be fair: what kind of atmosphere can you expect in a shopping centre? Right
But I really like the open kitchen and also the colours and everything.
Since I tried Arancini at Princi, I think I should go...more