Savour a taste of Italy in the heart of London with Massimo Restaurant & Bar. Massimo's art deco style brings together statuesque Corinthian columns lining the dining room, hovering globe light fittings, sleek mahogany, and glossy marble to make for striking surroundings. The menu features Italian food created with passion and flare, inspired by and infused with bold Neapolitan and southern Italian flavours.
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Massimo Restaurant & Bar
Corinthia Hotel London
10 Northumberland AvenueLondonWC2N 5AE
It's a shame most of the reviews of this restaurant are older. I wasn't wowed first time or two I went when Corinthia Hotel in which it's located first opened. But wow. I went back this time and looked at the menu and knew I had to try it. There were so many things I wanted to try and I was wondering why this restaurant hadn't popped first few times around. Had a fabulous meal of homemade...more
Again, an American in London may find this menu a bit odd. This is a beautiful restaurant, with a great wine list, and quiet, understated service. If you only need a salad and some pasta, this will work just fine for you. The tagliatelle with rabbit ragu was very nice, and the brunello was superb. Only three stars because I had trouble finding something on the menu that jumped at me. The...more
considering the prices, and the fact it wasn't particularly busy, I felt the service was a little patchy. very friendly but not as good as it could be. we had the £30 set menu, 3 courses and a wine. calamari was good, not great, not tough but not that soft either. my misses had the chickpea soup which was bad, thick, bland. this was all rectified by the hake, amazing, and the crab tagliolini...more
Very surprised to FTR one of London's "blooming" restaurant- according to Conde Nast Traveller. Well, considering it has existed in London for exactly 1 year now, and wasn't teeming on a Thursday night, I would say it didn't quite hit the "hip"/ "cool" or "good food" radar of London's foodie network.
Which is a shame. From the beautiful David Collin's interior (oh and that didn't hit the...more