A short walk from the Shaftesbury Theatre, Zizzi - Central St Giles offers contemporary Italian cuisine, specialising in rustic pizza, pasta and grilled dishes.<br/><br/>A modern interpretation of the authentic Italian piazza, the interior at Zizzi restaurant features a magnificent ceramic tree, adorned with a climbing ceramic vine. Designed by famous Italian architect Renzo Piano, the restaurant is reminiscent of a stylish Italian courtyard.<br/><br/>Unique and eclectic, the interior at Zizzi Central St Giles features bright yellow and orange furnishings, sleek wooden benches and quirky artwork. Special ceramic designs cover the chef's table tops.<br/><br/>With classic and modern Italian favourites, the delicious dishes on the Zizzi menu include grilled salmon with homemade salsa verde, risotto with green peas and mint or chicken, goat's cheese and rosemary pizza. There is a well picked wine list with a range of Italian bottles.<br/><br/>Just off St Giles High Street in Covent Garden, Zizzi provides contemporary Italian dining in a quirky and artistic setting. Totenham Court Road Tube Station is within easy reach.
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Zizzi - West End St. Giles
8 Central St Giles PlazaLondonWC2H 8LA
Out of all the Italian restaurant chains (Prezzo, Pizza Express, Strada) Zizzi is my favourite. I mean it is nothing special but Zizzi's is pretty nice - I have had some great salads, pizzas and they used to do a chicken and pesto strozzapretti that was yuuuuum.
Bf and I needed a quick, reasonably priced meal before we went to the theatre so popped in to the St Giles branch - I like the big...more
This branch was set in a big, airy St. Giles development. The service was friendly but was very slow as they only had one waitress and a manager.
King Prawn Linguine was very good. It had big prawns and fresh courgettes, and linguine was cooked al dente. Rustica Sofia pizza was OK, but the base was boring and a bit soggy, and the topping was not enough. Vanilla Panna Cotta was very good,...more
Great venue that isn't too expensive and lots of open space. Me and a friend were looking for a place to catch up where we could eat and have a bottle of wine. Staff were attentive but didn't rush you which I find is a common thing in central London. Great venue for friends catching upmore
Perfect amount of food! I had the salmon, which came dressed in capers, olives, and sundried tomato. A little too bland for my taste and could have been a little saltier. It paired nicely with the roasted fingerlings, broccolini, and rockets, though! I thought the scallions were a little out of place, with all the other peppery and starchy flavors.
For dessert, I had the vanilla panna cotta...more