About Artigiano

Shining like a jewel after dark, thanks to amazing lighting that illuminates the glass frontage with a slowly revolving rainbow of colours, Artigiano brings a new level of style to Belsize Village, a fume-free and private alternative to Hampstead. Opened at the end of 1998, Artigiano features glass canopies giving masses of light during the day and Colorflow lighting creates a wonderful atmosphere in the evenings.<br/><br/>The design of Artigiano is thoroughly contemporary and uncluttered, with great use of colour, light and space - the glass frontage folds away to open the restaurant up to create an al fresco dining experience on warm summer evenings.

Prices and Opening Times

£26 to £40

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Venue Details & Map

12A Belsize Terrace
Belsize Park
Public transport:
Belsize Park, Underground
Book a taxi on +44 (0)844 556 0706 or with London's biggest car service app

Yelp Reviews

3 out of 5 based on 7 reviews

Top 5 reviews of Artigiano

5.0 out of 5 13 April 2014
by Andre P.

Been here few times. The price matches the location, the service is just as catholic as in Italy and the food is good. Take a seat outside on a nice day or stay home and order pizza.more

4.0 out of 5 13 August 2013
by pearsonmegan

I went here with a friend last weekend. We were seated by the stairs which was a slight inconvenience because all the people would pass by us all the time. Apart form that, we had a lovely evening, had some pasta and wine and enjoyed the nice atmosphere.more

3.0 out of 5 7 September 2010
by Harv-man

We had a more positive experience than the other reviewers. Interestingly, our experience with the service was more mixed. The older wait staff were attentive and charming, but the younger staff seemed disoriented and we had to order drinks several times. We also found other tables waiting for their waiters & waitresses to come by after mains were served to offer coffee and dessert.


3.0 out of 5 1 September 2010
by Oliver A.

Very nice, but overly priced, Italian restaurant.

The restaurant has a nice ambience and the food is good. However the tasty dishes are over priced. The place is slightly pretentious too. It caters for the bourgeois local diners (including Liam Gallagher who is a regular) and is a little too stuck up for my liking.

Alll this said the staff are competent and friendly and the manager of the...more

2.0 out of 5 31 July 2010
by rt5mrt

Overpriced, pretentious and mediocre food at best.

The plaice had 2 (yes, count them - TWO!) tiny cubes of tomato and had no flavor other than extreme saltiness.

The rest of the food was not worth the money we paid for it.

Avoid. Go, instead, to Belsize Kitchen, a few feet away.more

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