Savini at Criterion is not just a restaurant but a representation of 150 years of Italian and English history.
Some 150 years later this iconic Italian brand opened in this romantic and elegant Grade II-listed The Criterion, in the heart of London’s Piccadilly Circus.
Against a backdrop of timeless opulence designed by Royal Albert Hall architect Thomas Verity in 1873, the neo-Byzantine dining room and bar, with its fabulous gold ceiling and marble columns, now presents guests with a menu of authentic Italian dishes prepared with the finest seasonal ingredients.
By day, Savini at Criterion is a Grand Café that offers a delicious breakfasts with classic English and Italian breakfast classics.
Ideal for lunches and pre-theatre dining, Savini also serves indulgent afternoon teas featuring infusions from around the world and mouth watering cakes and pastries.
As the sun sets, Savini at Criterion transforms itself into the capital’s most glamorous night-time destination.
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