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Tasting Sicily Enzo's Kitchen brings the best of Sicilian culture to the capital, and not only in terms of cuisine: stunning artisanal decorations from Sicily decorate the space as well as a staircase with tiles from Santo Stefano di Camastra, which recount the cultural heritage of the island. Favourites on the Enzo’s Kitchen menu include pasta with Bronte pistachio pesto, Busiate with fresh Trapanese pesto and tempting desserts such us the Sicilian Cannoli with ricotta cheese, semifreddo alle mandorle or selection of Sicilian cheeses with handmade jam. Tasting Sicily Enzo’s Kitchen is a 3- minute walk from Piccadilly Circus Tube Station and Leicester Square.
4 of us went last night pre theatre. My son asked for his steak rare and it was medium. Anoher son ordered meatballs. He said they were edible but the sauce tasted like from a cheap jar. He left most of it. I had the...More
We celebrated our wedding anniversary with a superb lunch Enzo's Kitchen. I think that we were the first in and were the last out. Every dish was delicious. Loved the decor and staff. An experience we would like to repeat.
We thought the food was lovely BUT the white wine recommended cost £13.90 a glass and we had 3 glasses! I know we should have asked the price (and I will from now on) but I think it should have been pointed out at the...More
We were wandering around looking for somewhere for lunch - our original idea of going to China Town having fallen foul due to the fact that it was the end of Chinese New Year and everywhere was heaving. We just happened upon Enzo’s Kitchen where...More
We were off to cinema at 8pm so booked for 6pm to give us time for a leisurely meal before heading off.
When we arrived, we were told that our table was being prepared. However, we were then not seated until 6.40 with no explanation...More
This is a great traditional Sicilian restaurant with a varied and quality menu. Relatively new the decor is fresh and tasteful. Very friendly Italian staff. Excellent pasta, great fish and the calamari was very succulent. Always a good test of quality.
Service is relaxed as...More
Visited here with 3 other work colleagues whilst on a business trip.
Was mad to feel really welcome by the staff. They couldn’t do enough for us.
We had a few staters to share, main course each (I had the black ink risotto) and desserts....More
I just came back from the so called Sicilian aperitivo. We were in a table of 8 people and we were all shocked! We paid £ 13,50 for a drink and for buffet food all you can eat. We are still checking for the food....More
Had a pre-Theatre dinner here the other evening as it had such great reviews.
It was brilliant! We booked a table the day before and although exceptionally busy the service and food was perfect!
A great, reasonably priced menu, with super house wine and friendly...More
Ate here before theatre and were quite disappointed with the experience. The food was lovely but the service was really poor. Our order was taken with enthusiasm from one waiter and our wine arrived quite quickly but after that it seemed we were an afterthought....More
With its iconic Nelson’s Column, majestic oversized lions and brightly-lit fountains, Trafalgar Square is not just considered the heart of this bustling London hub, but the very core of the city itself. Beyond this esteemed gathering place are more famous icons, as well as a disproportionate numbers of the city’s most popular cultural attractions including the National Gallery and many West End theaters. Along the way to
these major sites are quiet lanes and antiquated pubs to discover, as well as riverside vistas to enjoy on the embankment. With a calendar full of celebratory events, any time of year is a fine time to visit.