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Salieri

376 Strand, London, WC2R 0LQ

(((() Italian
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Average
Main course: £14
Food spend: £35
Opening hours
Open daily from 12:00 to 24:00.

A perfect spot for pre or post-theatre dining, the nostalgic air of Salieri on the Strand makes for a comfortable and relaxed meal, offering French and Mediterranean food at unbeatable prices for such an enviable location.

Opposite the Savoy Hotel, close to Covent Garden, Trafalgar Square and several West End theatres, Salieri is immediately eye-catching. The spectacular collection of enormous potted plants outside is simply striking, whilst the interior is equally compelling with theatrical memorabilia throughout, including photographs, masks and puppets.

A great venue for any occasion, including corporate functions and parties, there is live music on Friday, Saturday and Sunday evenings and delicious set menus for lunch. Popular dishes include Tagliatelle with Mixed Seafood in a creamy Marinara Sauce, Whole Lobster Thermidor and Chicken Milanese. With friendly and accommodating staff, Salieri is always a pleasure to visit.

Salieri

376 Strand, London, WC2R 0LQ

Contact +44 2078361318

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Customer reviews for Salieri

4.6 (((() (based on 28 reviews)
96% of diners recommend this restaurant
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Recommended for

  • romantic (23)
  • business (16)
  • large parties (14)
  • entertainment (13)
  • dinner (11)
  • lunch (10)
  • views (10)
  • luxury (9)
  • child friendly (6)
  • al fresco (2)
  • afternoon tea (1)
  • ((((( 12 July 2012 by Jim from Sandgate, Kent.

    4 of us had lunch on the 11th July. As before, super food and wine, very relaxed,great atmosphere, service 100%. Everyone very attentive. Can't beat it and we are looking forward to next time.

  • ((((( 1 July 2012 by Louise from Oxford

    Lunch for husband's birthday - and what a treat it was! Lovely, friendly staff, gorgeous food and a great atmosphere in this quirky and rather decadent gem. We're definitely going back very soon!

  • ((((( 29 April 2012 by Jules from Redhill

    We have always dines around 5pm. It's not too busy then. The service is excellent, you are always greeted well, not to overbearing but friendly. Unusually yesterday it seemed very busy for the time of day but we were served quickly with drinks and the food order was taken quickly. We had to wait a while for the food but it was a great opportunity to chat and watch the world go by outside. Altogether a great experience.

  • ((((( 27 April 2012 by jules from peckham, london

    we had dinner and it well presented, food was well prepared, great service,

  • ((((* 29 February 2012 by CPHR from Lancaster

    Shame about all the scaffold outside, but I suppose business needs to continue whilst building work is carried out.

  • ((((( 24 February 2012 by Jackie from Dorking

    We ate after a matinee from the set menu, just what we needed

  • ((((* 5 February 2012 by Neesie from Edgware

    We had a pre theatre lunch which was served nicely and was delicious. The bench type seating however was uncomfortable as your seating position was too far away from the table. if you came forward and sat into the table you lost the backrest.

  • (((** 4 January 2012 by Cloudtwister from Epsom

    The starters were good - Asparagus & goat's cheese. But the main courses were poor. The mushroom risotto was very thin parcels containing a gritty paste only vaguely mushroom-like in a watery tomato sauce like from a tin of spaghetti hoops - it could have been pre-frozen and thawed. The chicken pasta was dry and tastless, requiring salt & pepper to give it any character. And I almost never put salt & pepper on food in a restaurant as the chef should get it right in the kitchen. At these prices this was a regrettable restaurant choice.

  • ((((( 17 December 2011 by Baldbear from Ascot, Berkshire

    Dined at 1930 on Friday. restaurant busy but staff attentive and very efficient. Food was plentiful and well presented. Highly recommended. An excellent dining experience.

  • ((((* 16 December 2011 by woodview from london

    A tasty, well cooked meal & the potatoes were substituted with a green salad when we asked ,with no problem. Friendly quick service. We were there at lunchtime when there were not a lot of people, so that helped.

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