Sicily da Scalzo brings a slice of Italy to the buzzing Belgravia in London. Spread over 2 floors with 4 different dining areas, the main dining space features contemporary artwork and sculptures, while the outdoor terrace is perfect for an al fresco meal. The venue also hosts live jazz regularly.
|Average main course:||£10.00 (USD13.24) per diner|
|Average food spend:||£20.00 (USD26.48) per diner|
Venue Details & Map
Sicily da Scalzo
2a Elizabeth Street
BelgraviaLondonGreater LondonSW1W 9RB
- +44 20 7730 5498
Top 5 reviews of Sicily da Scalzo
I'm not even giving this restaurant one star for the waiter spilling red wine on my pants and not apologizing. But we had bought a fixed-course dinner here as part of a Time Out package with Billy Elliot and the service was so slow that we were late to the theatre! We had even arrived early for our reservation time, which was pre-selected for us by the...Read More
Oh boy, how could you ever serve a customer some food in broken plates???
This is shameful, I wish this website gave some place to upload the photos, I would have shown that set of chipped plates on the dining table. At least this site is helping you save your face.
Serving customers in broken plates is disgusting in all cultures, not sure what breed this hotel owners/management is (Sorry, I...Read More
Alas dear traveler, here you are. By some unfortunate twist of fate, you've found yourself waiting for your coach outside the Victoria Coach Station. You're tired, you're hungry, and you're freshly devastated by the fact that there really aren't too many great options in the area. Sure, you could huff it over to the Knightsbridge or Kensington area, but let's be honest; you'd rather not...Read More
This four star review is based on two things: a) very friendly staff but moreover b) the best new pizza ever:
Prada - chef special made with smoked salmon, marscapone and caviar! (we asked for spinach to replace the rocket as greenery)
One of the greatest new pizzas. Try it yourself...Read More
Even with the grand potential of mixing art with Italian food, in a gorgeous setting inside an old church, with the promise of past success of Enzo and Robert Scalzo of Pâtisserie Valerie fame...
da Scalzo was just da boring.
The most exciting thing inside was the light fixture -- which admittedly was pretty exciting. But the pizza was bland at best, service was pointlessly frantic, and...Read More