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20 Homer StreetMaryleboneLondonW1H 4NA
Real thing alert: fellow foodies be ready for a Tuscan-style dive into the goodness of Italian gastronomy. A 'gastronomia' is actually what we call a small grocery store with a counter, which you will find at Briciole right by the entrance.
Service is relatively fast but fairly impersonal, which is the only letdown if you compare it to your average restaurant in this category. For...more
My local Italian and absolutely love it. Despite its posh surroundings the restaurant is very down to earth and old school. The staff and owner are friendly and non-pretentious and the restaurant offers all the classic Italian dishes that are always prepared to a high standard. A relaxing place to enjoy a meal when you want something nicer than a hole in the wall but are not up for a formal...more
A decent spot for a meal. The food is good, but not outstanding. The service is adequate, but not more than that. While the portions are somewhat small, the food was filling. The ambiance is OK, but not entirely coherent.
Not a must-visit by any means, but a fine option if you're in the neighbourhood and you're hungry.more
Super small portions and less than avarage food and service. Atmosphere is decent but the service could have been much better.for 30 pounds per person. We left we were still hungry. There are so many better restaurants in the area and definitely much better italian restaurants in general. Avoid.more
The first thing I noticed about this restaurant is their logo. I'm sorry to say this but their logo did remind of those stickers you got given to as a kid after visiting a dentist. Logo's aside, this fine restaurant is situated on the quiet streets of Marylebone/Edgware Road. It's causal, and as another reviewer pointed out it is very cosy. I applaud their service and quality of food was good!...more