Located in the heart of the City, this Italian restaurant and bar exudes refined elegance and sleek design.
Specialising in Southern Italian cuisine, L'Anima's dishes have bold yet clean and distinct flavours created from chef Francesco Mazzei.
It also boasts a delicatessen, which has a separate entrance on Worship Street.
|Typical meal price||From £41.00 (USD 57.36) per diner|
£41 and over
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Venue Details & Map
1 Snowden Street
Broadgate WestLondonEC2A 2DQ
- +44 (0)20 7422 7000
Top 5 reviews of L'Anima
My friend booked this place for us when her dad came to visit London, and I agree that it's a good venue for an adult family dinner, or as I can also imagine it is more commonly used for, business lunches and dinners. The decor is very upscale, basically as if you are in a 5 star hotel lobby. We had a 7:30 reservation for a Friday, and some members of our party were late, so we waited at the... more
As this place is mostly used for those with expenses, looking to impress their client, it's handy that it's so close to all the Exchange area businesses. In fact, most business men could literally roll out of their windows and right into this place.
Glass and grey rock walls with white leather furniture gives this place a stony, corporate quality which came across a bit soulless for me. The... more
I'm really surprised at the reviews here. I went to yelp looking for a good Italian spot with decent reviews. There are lots of 4-5 star reviews here and honestly can't figure out why.
From a food perspective, the quality of the food terrible. Firstly, it's an Italian restaurant and they have minimal choices for pasta - which is something I was craving. I ended up ordering a seafood pasta.... more
The head chef is now Antonio Favuzzi and he is maintaining the same standards as the previous chef, Francesco Mazzei. Good Italian food, at a price, in a contemporary but somewhat stark setting. It was also a little loud at times but overall, we had another excellent meal here.
Many people have suggested that this is the best Italian in London - I would not disagree with that sentiment as the... more
First of all, I would like to point out that I have only been there once. Although usually I only comment on places I know well, I think this is unnecessary for L'Anima.
This establishment's most striking feature is its decoration. It is flashy and decisively nouveau riche. Some might like it, I do not. I mean, blue neon light, seriously?
Regarding the food, the quality was very volatile,... more