A partnership between Jamie Oliver and his Italian mentor, chef Gennaro Contaldo, Jamie's Italian has won thousands of fans for its delicious and affordable food since launching their first restaurant in Oxford in May 2008. The Jamie's Italian menu is based on dishes you'd find people eating all over Italy, made with care but delivered without fuss.<br/><br/>The family-friendly restaurants see pasta made on-site daily, and an award-winning children's menu is also offered. Jamie's Italian Covent Garden is also committed to using only the best possible ingredients, and all produce is high welfare and sustainable.
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Venue Details & Map
Jamie's Italian - Covent Garden
10 - 12 Upper St Martin's LaneCovent GardenLondonWC2H 9EF
- +44 (0)20 3326 6390
- Public transport:
- Leicester Square, Underground
I went there just beause I was curios about this Jaimie Oliver everyone talks about (in Italy he is not so famous), having litterally zero expectations.
We decided to try the fish and chips and a pizza, just to check if what he says about his ability to cook real Italian cuisine was right.
I have to say that both dishes were delicious and the pizza crust was far better than many I have eaten...more
Reasonably priced and the food is very good. Staff are very attentive. However the tables are very close together, makes it a little difficult to have a private conversation.more
We had the crab cake balls for an appetizer. There were only three of them that is not enough for the price. I had the Tagliatelle Bolognese. It was a good portion size and tasted OK, but it was nothing special. We had the Molten Chocolate Praline Pudding for desert. It was good, but I liked the salted caramel ice cream better than the cake part.more
Lovely spot near to all the theatres. After bad experiences at the Manchester branch I was pleasantly surprised by the service and food. After asking if the caprese salad had any garlic in and the waiter saying no, he then went and double checked with the chef who actually said the tomatoes were marinated in a garlic oil.. This small extra mile massively stands out. It was lunchtime so I went...more
Um... after visiting Rome and Florence... and dining here... eck.
ALL HYPE... not worth it folks!
I think Pasta Pomodoro in the Bay Area does more justice in making Italian food than this place.
We were a party of six and dined downstairs... token "colored" people with a token Brit in our group... I didn't particularly loved the staring that the people next to us were giving our party......more