ASK Italian restaurant is a little slice of Italy in the heart of London, offering a contemporary take on classic pasta, pizza, fish and meat dishes. Ideal for families and friends, ASK Italian is a warm, friendly and fun place to eat. The menu includes a great selection of wines and prosecco.
Perfect for lunch or dinner, ASK Grafton Way is a five minute walk from the British Museum in the heart of Fitzrovia, half way between Euston Station and Oxford Street. The restaurant has a chic modern interior, and an outside seating area which is perfect for a relaxing lunch or pre-theatre dining.
|Average main course||£9.00 (USD 12.59) per diner|
|Average food spend||£19.00 (USD 26.58) per diner|
Venue Details & Map
ASK Italian Grafton Way
48 Grafton WayLondonW1T 5DZ
- +44 2073888108
Top 5 reviews of ASK Italian Grafton Way
Ask is wonderful. Great food and great service. Homemade lemonade is wonderful. Pasta and the garlic bread are to die for. We ordered the linguini carbonara and the garlic bread with red pesto! My daughter is a suprr picky eater and eats very little, but she ate the entire plate! Chocolate etna was very rich and chocolatey. more
Four of us came in for a meal as its so close to our hotel and one of the guys had been in before.
We ordered our drinks,then our food, but we must waited over 45 min for our starters, one guy wondered if the bruchetta was meant to be cold, and found it uninspiring!next guy said his garlic bread was cold, and sent it back, asking for it to be taken off our bill, third guy had calamari which... more
There's really nothing bad or good to be said about Ask, this one or the chain in general!
They have a 50% off main courses, or a 40% off all your food, voucher on right now and as the queue for the nearby Franco Manca was out the door (at 2.30pm on a weekday!), I ended up here at Ask.
I ordered a rigatoni with courgettes in a creamy pesto sauce, and added chicken for an extra £1.50. I also... more
This was our first visit to Ask Italian. The manager told us that it used to be part of Pizza Express, and now belonged to the same group as Pret a Manger and Zizzi.
Sourdough Carne had lovely crust but was dotted with blobs of ragu, spinach, sausages, and prosciutto and looked odd. I'm sure it would look better if the ingredients were evenly scattered rather than dropped in places. Well... more
The interior decoration of this restaurant is bright and cheerful. The food is OK at Ask Italian Warren Street. The Pollo Milanese was soggy and the breadcrumbed chicken was not crisp at all. The pizza Sourdough Carne was a little bit too crunchy. The pizza base was too hard but the topping was cheesy and was dotted with meat sauce (Ragu). A little unusual but tasted OK.
For dessert we... more