Reviews of Granaio Restaurant London

3.7
(based on 46 reviews)
224 Piccadilly, London, W1J 9HP
46 Reviews
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  • By Karen R from London
    18 February 2020

    Very good.

  • By Luke F from London
    14 February 2020

    Service was on point and food was amazing. Definitely be back again

  • By Alexa L from Italia
    29 January 2020

    Posto molto curato nei dettagli, direttamente fuori dalla fermata di Piccadilly circus. Classico cibo italiano. Prezzi nella norma per la zona.. sicuramente più alti rispetto ad altri ristoranti

  • By Beth W from London
    28 October 2019

    the menu really didn't look as posh as the rest, it looked like a cheap italian cafeteria menu. the food was tiny and not that good. the waiters waited half an hour before the end of our meal and taking the plates away even though the room wasn't full at all. the service charge was way too expensive for the service we got. but the place is gorgeous if you take away the massive food posters on the walls

  • By Elizabeth W from London
    20 October 2019

    Beautiful restaurant turned into a mediocre italian

  • By Lisa W from Sevenoaks
    26 September 2019

    Lovely place Had pre theater menu very nice staff lovely

  • By Jules W from London
    20 September 2019

    Good portions (had the fish options) friendly service, vibrant atmosphere, relaxed and not rushed to leave

  • By Resham G from Surbiton
    30 August 2019

    great staff and excellent service

  • By Ernesto A from Richmond
    21 August 2019

    Good food (not fantastic). Service was not excellent (delays).

  • By Jane H from London
    13 August 2019

    I have a very mixed response to dining here. My friend and I had initially planned to have the pre-theatre set menu (which was a very reasonable £19.95 or something for two courses) but in the end we chose to go off the main menu. We both had linguine with salmon and asparagus which was delicious, but also a ridiculously small portion for something like £16.95 - it was more of a large starter than a main. We then both ordered dessert - my friend ordered what was advertised as Tarte Tatin but was like no tarte tatin we'd ever seen before - cooked apple halves on a sort of oaty base (rather than pastry) with chocolate sauce and ice cream. I ordered Tiramisu which was a large portion but very disappointing - almost runny and without a strong taste of either coffee or alcohol - it really did seem like mainly whipped cream. We also ordered cocktails - and I would recommend the Espresso Martini, which was delicious. However, as we both had a cocktail each, and my friend had a glass of wine, the overall cost of a rather disappointing meal was quite high. Also, when we got the bill, we had to go to the front to pay (payment wasn't taken at the table) and the lady on the desk at the front wasn't there when we first waited, and when she did reappear, she served a man behind us first (there was a query on his bill.) I would be unlikely to visit here again. I've given it 3 stars because although the main was small it was very nice - and the pizzas looked huge, so probably better value for money.