10 Northumberland Avenue, London, WC2N 5AE +44 2036417720
- Main course: £18
- Food spend: £55
- Opening hours
- Monday to Saturday: 12:00 - 15:00 & 17:30 - 23:00
Beautiful restaurant, excellent food and service
15 November 2017
A majestic setting boasting opulent and elegant design, Massimo at Corinthia brings authentic yet creative Italian cuisine to the world-famous hotel. Featuring award-winning David Collins design, statuesque Corinthian columns line the dining room.
The Massimo Restaurant menu is presented with energy and flair, with ingredients sourced from sustainable producers around the British Isles, and delicious pasta prepared with the freshest seasonal produce. The Bar boasts a charcuterie counter offering regional antipasti – perfect for light lunches, early evening aperitivo, and antipasti.
Massimo restaurant near Covent Garden offers Italian classics alongside inventive house recipes, like fillet of venison, mushroom, chard and chocolate sauce, or sea bass with caramelised endive. A wine list compiled with the utmost skill complements the menu’s delicate flavours.
Hovering globe light fittings, sleek mahogany and glossy marble make for striking surroundings at Massimo London. Embankment Tube Station is 3 minutes' walk away.
10 Northumberland Avenue, London, WC2N 5AE
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Customer reviews for Massimo Restaurant
((((( 7 May 2017 by Jan from London
Was the perfect lunch to celebrate a friend's special birthday. The service was perfect & thanks goes to Alba & Nino who were welcoming, helpful & helped in celebrating. Food was delicious & the extra dessert with birthday candle etc was beautiful & tasty! Surroundings were beautiful & all staff very polite.
((((* 6 May 2017 by David Butterworth from London
A Grand Salon of a dining room attached to the Corinthian Hotel. Friday lunchtime and this spectacular room was virtually empty. The food was good, carpaccio of beef for starters well prepared and light, and crispy squid/octopus for mains was ok but a little monotonous, asked for additional lemons. The red wine bumped the discounted price deal up by almost 100% but that was our choice. The most irritating aspect of this restaurant is that it's closest restrooms were around a one minute stroll across the other side of the lobby area, so ensure you are fit.
((((* 6 May 2017 by Joanne Westfall from London
Great atmosphere, beautiful art deco restaurant. Set menu food was good - although didn't get the option to order sides. Service was friendly if a little slow when it got busy- would have liked to order wine but my request for the wine list was forgotten. Generally a great experience though.
((((( 5 May 2017 by Nicolas Tredell from Seaford
We had a very enjoyable dining experience. We had the set 3-courses with a glass of Prosecco and this proved a tasty and value-for-money repast. The staff were polite, friendly and efficient, especially our main waiter, Emanuele (?). In particular, they (and the doorman at the main hotel entrance) were considerate of the elderly lady with mobility difficulties who was our guest, helping her effectively but non-obtrusively. The interior of the restaurant, with its tall horizontally-striped pillars and suspended glass globes, is superb, and the ambience is smart yet relaxed.
(((** 4 May 2017 by Christina Loughran from London
What appeared to be a good deal of 3 courses for £30 with a glass of Prossecco in a grand ambience was totally spoilt by the excessive greed in the hidden charges of £6.50 for a herbal tea and £8 for a side order of zucchini fries. Just £2 or so less on either of these items would not have left you with such a bad taste in your mouth of being ripped off and not wanting to return.
(((** 4 May 2017 by Debbie Healey from Ascot
Lovely decorative restaurant, but lacked atmosphere, mainly due to the size and only 3 tables occupied.
We had the set menu, the starter was not varied enough for me as 2 out of the 4 contained asparagus, which I dislike.
The service was impeccable.
If I went back, I would go for the Afternoon tea, this area was extremely busy, with a warm friendly atmosphere.
((((( 2 May 2017 by Christine Lee from London
Beautiful interior and amazing features e.g the giant light gloves and mosaic floor . Very attentive and helpful service. Made sure the meal was served quickly as we were going to the theatre. Food was delicious with some unusual twists. Small portions but great flavours.
((((( 30 April 2017 by Gary Pursey from Loughton
Lovely surroundings. Staff were v attentive and friendly. Food was delciious and the menu we had was a nice variety of mussels as starters, kamb main course and strawberry tirramiso.
Wiukd certainly go back again only shirt walikng distance from Thames, Trafalgar Square and 10 mins from Covent Garden where we had walked from.
((((( 29 April 2017 by A from London
((((* 24 April 2017 by Anne Germain from Gerrards Cross
The evening deal of 3 courses and glass of prosecco was excellent. The food was delicious. However we couldn't help but notice the extraordinary prices for some of the wines! Thoroughly enjoyed the food though and the service was excellent.
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