Located in the heart of London, Zizzi Italian restaurant on Wigmore Street is within walking distance from the great shops of Oxford Street. The restaurant is spread over two floors, offering a warm atmosphere and delicious food. Zizzi's long dining tables are ideal for parties, whilst the lovely cosy alcoves are perfect for more intimate meals. Zizzi on Wigmore Street also has its own traditional pizza oven, sparkling olive oil vats, and interesting details that draw influence from the local area.<br/><br/>Zizzi restaurants are passionate about simple Italian cookery. Whether it's pizza or pasta, salads or risotto, or carne and pesce (meat and fish), each dish is prepared with fresh, seasonal ingredients - from the popular classics to Zizzi's own innovations - ensuring that you can enjoy a great Italian dining experience, at any of Zizzi's Italian restaurants around the country.
Venue Details & Map
Zizzi - West End Wigmore Street
110-116 Wigmore StreetLondonW1U 3RS
I like Zizzi for the authentic Italian food, which is always fresh and tasty. I think they could slightly improve with wines, as they are just ok. But still, very cozy place for a lunch or romantic dinner.more
A nicely decorated room; very attentive staff. The food was excellent and properly spiced. No complaints, and my mate bought which made up for the fact that I had to walk a good distance later that night thanks to CrossRail. Definitely give this a go is you're up for Italian.more
We visited this location while on vacation and we wish we could've packed it up to bring it back to the US. We loved everything from the atmosphere to the service to the food. I highly recommend this place and am still wishing we had one here. Check out my full review for Zizzi and other restaurants we visited on my blog:
My friend & I went here a couple of weeks ago when we were looking for a cheapish dinner deal and she found an offer.
I had the duck as a main and she had the risotto. I felt some of my potatoes and veggies could've been a bit warmer but apart from that, it was fine. The wine we ordered, the Nero D'Avola I think, was nice.
We both thought the service left a bit to be desired, our waiter...more
We ended up here by accident - looking around for dinner near Marble Arch on a Saturday night. My wife and I have picky 7-year old twins which make finding a restaurant extremely difficult.
The restaurant seemed busy, but it has a large downstairs area with several more tables. We waited less than 5 minutes, even though it was 8pm on a Saturday. It's a casual place with a cool decor and...more