A partnership between Jamie Oliver and his Italian mentor, chef Gennaro Contaldo, Jamie's Italian has won thousands of fans for its delicious and affordable food since launching their first restaurant in Oxford in May 2008. The Jamie's Italian menu is based on dishes you'd find people eating all over Italy, made with care but delivered without fuss. <br/><br/>The family-friendly restaurants see pasta made on-site daily, and an award-winning children's menu is also offered. Jamie's Italian Threadneedle St is also committed to using only the best possible ingredients, and all produce is high welfare and sustainable.
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Venue Details & Map
Jamie's Italian - Threadneedle Street
38 Threadneedle StreetLondonEC2R 8AY
- +44 (0)20 3005 9445
- Public transport:
- London Liverpool Street, Underground
We stayed in the Signature Hotel on Threadneedles, so this restaurant was close to the hotel.
The staff was very friendly and helpful. We were there quite early in the evening, so the place was rather empty. The restaurants looks nice, luxurious but simple at the time. There is not a huge selection on the menu, but I think there is something for everybody's liking.
The food was fresh and...more
Came here for a work lunch today.
I ordered a crabmeat and scallop linguine. I'm a huge fan of all the component parts, my company's forking out £18, it's gonna be a great meal right? No. The most praise-worthy thing about this place is the service. The waiting staff are professional, well mannered and above all angelically patient. Even with that though, the space is difficult to wait...more
I've been to a few of Jamie's Italian restaurants in London and this is the one that underwhelmed me the most. It's also the priciest of all with the most limited menu (there were only 7 main course options to choose from). They were out of one main fish dish - they always seem to be out of at least one fish dish when I visit and my visits are always pretty early in the evenings.
I had the...more
Gorgeous grand old City building, a million miles away from cheeky chappie Jamie's original homely tv kitchen, and somewhere along the way the flavours got lost as well.
I had a friend needing a cheer-up catch-up so armed with a £30 for prosecco, 3 set courses and coffee offer she'd found, we ended up at Jamie's last Thurs eve (she had me at prosecco).
Chopped tomato tins soon appeared on...more
I really wanted to like this place more as I'm a HUGE Jamie Oliver fan and, since we were in London on vacation, desperately wanted to eat at one of his restaurants. I'd read the reviews prior, but hoped against hope that it would be better than the reviews. However, like the reviews, it turned out to be a mixed bag.
Atmosphere is nice enough when you enter: Classic dark wood and a...more