Located close to the arches of Liverpool Street station in the EC2 area of London, inspired by the traditional charm and contemporary buzz associated with classic brasseries, Piccolino brings the true taste of Italy to the heart of the City. Open throughout the day from Monday to Friday, with coffee available in the morning, the restaurant is the perfect setting for a business lunch, intimate dinner or classic cocktail with friends and colleagues after work. Choose from all the Italian favourites including mouth-watering risottos, classic pasta dishes and stone-baked pizzas, as well as a selection of succulent meat and fresh fish dishes for lunch or dinner. Furthermore, during the summer months, Piccolino's al fresco dining area provides the perfect setting to enjoy a classic cocktail and fresh Italian food whilst you watch the world go by.
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Piccolino - Exchange Square
11 Exchange SquareBroadgateLondonEC2A 2BR
Decided to go al fresco on a barmy Friday evening and this place caught our eye. We were able to be seated quickly and without too much fuss (you know how the maitre'd looks at you funny for a second or two to decide whether you're worthy of dining at the establishment) any way were seated checking out the menu waiting to be served. Waiting turned out to be far longer than expected and...more
This place is good for large groups & business meetings. There is a lot of space both inside and outside of the restaurant. Food was just OK. We shared the antipasti plank appetizer over a group which was nice. I got the penne alla norma. Though it was supposed to have ricotta- I could not taste or see any inside the dish. It mostly just had a large amount of aubergine and chili in the dish....more
Quite an attractive place in the business center exchange square. Italian in spirit but featuring many contemporary spins and alternative directions. We opted for a 2 course set menu which was conveniently expensed by our friend, so win-win fo us. The menu was quite reasonable for 2 courses, coming to around 15 quid for an appetizer and main, plus a token bottle of white wine necessary for a...more
An excellent choice for after-work drinks and dinner with colleagues.
The menu is very fancy, with loads of dishes to choose from.
For starters, we went for a mix of many, and I can say that, though the calamari alla Romana, the scampi and the Bruschetta are good, carpaccio was the best, both tasty and melting in the mouth.
All Mains were mouth-watering, pasta was al-dente, the pizza crust...more
This restaurant is one of only a few on Exchange Square, which means for any of the people who work around here this is one of their only options for food (or, perhaps more often, drink) if they want to travel less than one minute away from their buidling. On top of that, many of the people who work around here are finance types that can be free-spirited when it comes to spending. On top of...more