Zizzi

110-116 Wigmore Street, Marylebone, London, W1U 3LR
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Review Summary from 2 reviews

Address
110-116 Wigmore Street, Marylebone, London, W1U 3LR

Telephone
020 7935 2336

Cuisine
Italian

Other Branches
Zizzi

Region
Marylebone

Nearest Station
Bond Street (0.18 miles)

Opening Times
monday Opens 11:30 - Closes 23:00
tuesday Opens 11:30 - Closes 23:00
wednesday Opens 11:30 - Closes 23:00
thursday Opens 11:30 - Closes 23:00
friday Opens 11:30 - Closes 23:00
saturday Opens 11:30 - Closes 23:00
sunday Opens 12:00 - Closes 22:30

Zizzi is a chain of traditional Italian pizza and pasta restaurants that cook all their pizzas in wood burning ovens. Guests are advised to phone for details about catering for private parties and seating on the pavement area is provided, weather permitting. A takeaway menu is available.

All In London Review

Something for everyone...

My local Zizzis are in Twickenham and Richmond and I have been to branches in central London. I have been to them on many occasions as they are one of those restaurants where there is something for everyone – even moody teenagers and picky kids. They also manage to cover all sorts of occasions – a fast social or business lunch, a relaxed informal dinner for couples or girls dining out or even for larger groups. One size fits all.

Starters are fresh and tasty. Favourites include mozzarella, tomatoes and avocado salad (£4.95), antipasto misto (£5.95), goats cheese crostini (£4.65), tomato bruschetta (£4.35) and rocket salad (£4.65).

Main courses are from a comprehensive selection of salads, pasta, pizzas and risotto. My son adores the chicken sofia pizza (£8.45) and my daughter always has lasagne (which they are happy to put on a cold plate for kids - £8.50). Garfield girl!

My personal favourite has to be the piccante calzone (£8.95). Calzone is a folded over pizza – so it looks a bit like a big pasty. It comes with a salad garnish so you might want to think about a side salad if you have no starter. And piccante has a spicy kick to its moist, meaty contents. My vegetarian friends like the salmon calzone (£9.25) a lot too. I am also rather partial to spaghetti polpette (£8.50) which are classic Italian meatballs. But take care with the sauce splashes on your clothes.

It’s tasty, plentiful food in a pleasant and relaxed environment. The Richmond branch has really nice stacked wood décor and the Twickenham branch has a light, airy feel about the place – European and modern but still warm and inviting. A reliable choice that has something to offer everyone. Gets my vote.

Reviewed by KimT
Published on Jul 25, 2008


User Reviews

Reviewed by Anonymous
I have to say, That Zizzi near selfriges has under gone a face lift. Wow how amazing does it look, Its all yellow fresh bright and modern.The service is outstanding, The atmosphere is fanstatic. The best thing i like is that the staff are fun and full of personality. You really should visit. Joe was a great waiter full of charm, But Bambina is my favourite, Thats what kinds experience you have, You leave the restaurant been friends with all the waiters.

Keep up the great work Zizzi wigmore street..

Mar 15, 2010

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