Osteria Pulcinella has been established since 1994 and over the years has built a reputation for authentic regional Italian cuisine with a great selection of wine.
The restaurant has a rustic feel and you'll enjoy the warm and homely atmosphere. The service is friendly, professional and welcoming.
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36-37 Church StreetTwickenhamTW1 3NR
- +44 (0)20 8892 5854
- Public transport:
- Twickenham, National Railway
This is a lovely little Italian place on a gorgeous cobbled street in Twickenham.
The decor is beautiful, very rustic, old school Italian.
We were tucked away in a nice little corner and presented an extensive wine menu, specials and food menu.
The staff were nice, giving us enough attention and space appropriately.
We started our evening with an aperol spritz each - when in Rome and all...more
They say the third time's the charm right? It really it though!
This is the third restaurant I have tried around my work in Twickenham after a horrific experience at Pho Twickenham and a mediocre experience at Pincho's.
A colleague and I went for lunch here and it was just the perfect lovely day - the sun was out, it wasn't too hot and we got window seats.
I had the Penne Romana (regular...more
Staff are great, food is delicious and there's a good selection of wine.
Try the sausage with roast potatoes, followed by a beautiful pannacotta with exactly the right texture. Mmmm...more
My girlfriend and i had a wonderful time here we were greeted properly and seated immediately by a very nice girl. Everything else was also great the food, the service awesome. I can only say thank you for the wonderful evening.more
Came here for a teamdinner, and we definitely had a wonderful time.
The staff was very accommodating of our large group and took care of us well.
The appetizers are pretty small but great for sharing. What stuck out for me, the vegetarian at the table, was the verdue appetizer, a small stack of lightly grilled vegetables.
For my entree, I had the broccoli, portobella gnocchi which was...more