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30 ST Cross StreetFarringdonLondonEC1N 8UH
- +44 20 7430 1503
I was visiting London for business and had a late call with the folks back home in San Francisco. My friend and I were happy to find this restaurant open late and a short walk from the office.
This is a smallish restaurant with not that many tables. My friend happened to be Italian and he and the waiter (owner I think) seemed to get along great. I can relate that the waiter was excited to...more
I went here with a friend who was visiting London. After meeting up for a pint at Ye Olde Mitre on a Thursday night, we strolled around the area to find somewhere to eat. I thought all the shops would have been closed, but we took a look through the window at Fabrizio's and thought it looked like a wonderful, cozy venue. There was a big italian family sitting along one whole side of the...more
Ate lunch here a couple weeks back with some friends. I was not expecting much, since it doesn't look too impressive from the street. Even though the place was small it seemed cozy and the friendly employees were accommodating (they let us sit where ever we wanted).
I ordered the spaghetti with clams and was a big fan of that. Their main dishes looked and sounded delicious but just seemed too...more
This small Italian eatery came recommended by a friends flatmate, and first impressions were good. A warm cozy interior, a friendly owner who walked us through the days specials. But this is where it stopped...
We initially chose a table near the back of the restaurant, but the owner then suggested we move closer to the window (a clever marketing trick). We obliged, and the waitress took our...more
Took a client here for lunch recently after seeing the positive reviews and I was very impressed. Big Dave loves Italian restaraunts with a family run feel, none of this Carluccio's rubbish for the big man. No sir.
Top quality food, big portions too, and a very nice wine list. Had a lovely bottle of red with my meal and couldn't believe my eyes when I saw the bill - I thought he'd forgotten...more