Princi is an authentic Italian bakery and pizzeria in the heart of Soho. You can grab a tray and heap it with warmed pizza slices, salads and pastries or sit in the small pizzeria restaurant to the left for a more formal experience. Princi serves breakfast, lunch and dinner along with beers, wine and Italian coffee.
There can often be a queue as everything is first come first serve, but this buzzing café serves great Italian comfort food.
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Venue Details & Map
135 Wardour StreetSohoLondonW1F 0UT
- +44 20 7478 8888
Food was definitely delicious! Service was great! My 2 year old enjoyed playing and laughing with the staff! I would definitely come back. I had the calzone and it was soooo good! Everything from the drinks to the main dishes to the desserts were delicious!more
If you want to have a quick meal with no quality go there..
I had chicken and there was a peace of plastic.
Drinks like coffee and such are available ..
The best thing for Muslims that they have Halal food.more
We went for a casual girls' evening dinner and wine, and a good experience overall.
I had linguini vongole, and the other girls had various types of pizza. My vongole was good, though I did wish they had bigger portions. The other girls seemed to like their pizzas. They had a reasonable selection of wine as well, ranging affordable to more pricey.
Service was overall good. They did get my...more
My boyfriend and I ordered two pizzas from here on Friday night, delivered by UberEats. As we ate the pizzas, my boyfriend bit down on a piece of GLASS that was in the pizza. We called the restaurant to let them know. They didn't even apologise, told us to contact UberEats and hung up.
Would NOT recommend you eat here as the customer service is a disgrace and they clearly do not have any...more
If you are hungering for a crapton of vegetables and salad mixes (think the type you can get at the Whole Foods pick-your-poison food bar), Princi is definitely the place to hit up. They rotate out the salad selections often, and there is a mix of straight veg (broccoli and green beans, beets, dressed salad greens) to the heartier options like chickpeas and mozzarella cubes, tuna or chicken...more