Jamie's Italian Threadneedle Street is right in the heart of the city of London, and our restaurant reflects the grandeur of the financial district's heyday. Situated in an old bank with interiors that are designed to match the incredible architecture - from custom-made chairs to solid-oak tables and the most impressive chandeliers - the menu is geared up to match the decadent setting. We're also perfectly tuned in to the needs of our corporate guests as well as our customers looking to host a private event. We have several beautiful and versatile spaces that are available for hire - including our stunning mezzanine level - where we can cater for between 25 to 65 guests.
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Jamie's Italian - Threadneedle Street
38 Threadneedle StreetLondonEC2R 8AY
- Public transport:
- London Liverpool Street, Underground
Restaurant chosen for mini reunion with friends. Food was well prepared and flavorful. Atmosphere and service as expected.more
Good food, although the portions are a little on the smaller side for the price. My colleague and I both had the lamb main and while mine was done nicely, his ended up a little tough. Very nice building and atmosphere.more
Have been to several Jamie's locations and always enjoy them. The food at the Thread Needle location was my favorite so far (I had the ravioli) and, as always, the olive tapenade was amazing. I also had an excellent Bloody Mary here yesterday and am looking forward to my next one. A little pricey, but the ambience was well worth the extra ££. Building is beautiful. Will recommend to friends.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
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