Italian restaurant chain Zizzi opened the doors of its very first branch in London's Chiswick in 1999. Now there are over 100 branches, all decorated in an appealing contemporary style. Wood-fired ovens, open kitchens and modern interior design with locally influenced art features make for a vibrant atmosphere. As for the food, they serve up a variety of traditional Italian dishes including all the usual suspects: salads, antipasti, pasta, pizza, calzone, risotto as well as fish and meat mains and desserts. What Zizzi really pride themselves on is sourcing good quality ingredients; salads are dressed with white balsamic vinegar from Modena, for example, and offer Goddess Olives, a variety known for their firm flesh and nutty flavour. The modestly priced wine list is dominated by Italian wines, starting at £13.45 for a Montepulciano d'Abruzzo. The Bexleyheath branch is one of the most established restaurants in the area; the friendly staff and traditional Italian cuisine have made Zizz
£25 and under
Listen this place is ok, but nothing special in my opinion. It goes on like its the best italian chain around...but no.. my calzone was pretty boring. my mates chicken pasta was pretty tasty though. the cheesecake was over complicated with amaretto and masacpone, i would have prefered normal new york style cheese cake.more
I have eaten at Zizzis a number of times. The food is very nice, the atmosphere is okay, but could do with some background music.
Last time we visited we had rustic pizzas which were very tasty. The ice cream was also good, but then it should be for over £4 per scoop!!
The price of the drinks was also very inflated.
The premises is intimate and good for Romantic Night out, Pizza is on par...more