Zizzi Earls Court boasts a new look inspired by the super talented Tobias Hall. He did his homework and drew inspiration from the history surrounding the area. Alfred Hitchcock resided there for part of his life and Buffalo Bill performed in the entertainment grounds based in Earls Court, both of which provided the inspiration behind Tobias’s beautiful illustrations, which complement the fun, local, cosy feel the new Zizzi in Earls Court shows off. Our Zizzi is located on the busy and bustling Earls Court Road. With the Earls Court Exhibition centre and Kensington Olympia situated within short walking distance, this is the ideal place to come and relax, receive a warm welcome and enjoy simple, fresh Italian food.
£25 and under
Venue Details & Map
Zizzi - Earls Court
194-196 Earls Court RoadEarl's CourtLondonSW5 9QF
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- Earl's Court, Underground
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This was a good meal, tasty, not too expensive. It reminds me of the Macaroni Grill chain in America, perhaps a little fresher ingredients and a nicer dining environment - not quite so casual.more
I don't usually review chain-restaurants, but I figured this one's ok since it's part of my UK adventure.
This place was really busy on the Saturday night that we went. To their credit, we were seated sooner than the twenty minute estimate I was given. Our food was quite delicious, and looking around at nearby tables, everything looked super-tasty as well. A fair selection of wines made...more
Yeah it's a chain
Yeah it's VERY busy
But . . . it's very busy coz it's VERY good.
The starters are a little dull but well executed, the Pizzas are exactly what they should be (perhaps a little short of meat but Hey! thats a very individual take on them) HOWEVER the pasta is FIRST class. The Carbonara is better than MINE dammit and almost as good as my mothers . . .
Wine is as expected,...more
A fairly omnipresent chain around London, Zizzi nevertheless offers up some good options. A tasty Italian breadboard with soft, dense olive-studded ciabatta slices, a trio of olive oil/chile-spiked oil/balsamic vinegar at your table for individual mixing, and interesting pizza and vegetable dishes make for a safe lunch stop.
We tried the Primavera pizza rustica (think oblong, thinner crust):...more