Italian reviews

Cin Cin, Brighton Review

Simple food, incredibly well executed - Cin Cin is the hottest name in town right now.

Ember Yard, London Review

Three Salt Yard Group restaurants down. Two to go.

Fatto a Mano, Hove Review

One of Brighton's best pizzerias branches out to Hove

Fatto a Mano, Brighton Review

A neighbourhood pizzeria serving up the best Neapolitan pizza in town

EataliO, Brighton Review

Italian street food comes to Brighton but a) what is it and b) is it any good?

Homeslice Pizza, Covent Garden Review

Taking pizza to a new level with their exciting flavour combinations

Salt Yard, Fitzrovia Review

The original Salt Yard Group restaurant has been stripped of it's crown by it's own sisters

Tuscanic Merende, Soho Review

Authentic Tuscan ingredients served with traditional Italian simplicity

Pizza Pilgrims, Soho Review

The story of two brothers living the dream, from quitting their jobs to opening their own pizzeria

Pizza East (Shoreditch), E1

Quality ingredients and authentic, simple cooking

Opera Tavern, WC2

Probably the best tapas in London, with service to match

Delicious by Franco, NW5

Traditional, home cooked Italian grub you can rely on

Princi, W1

A Milanaise bakery with more style than substance

Polpo (Smithfield), EC1

We went to see what all the fuss is about... and we're none the wiser

The Regent, N1

Get off Upper Street and head to this cool pub for one of it's tasty stone baked pizzas