- Main course: £18
- Food spend: £30
- Opening hours
- Monday to Thursday: 12:00 - 23:15. Friday to Saturday: 12:00 - 23:30. Sunday: 12:30 - 22:30.
Set over 4 floors, The Piccadilly is a charming family-run Italian restaurant in the heart of London. Established in 1961, a superb range of Mediterranean delicacies are served alongside a carefully selected wine list of Italian bottles. A stunning rooftop terrace is perfect for al fresco dining in the warmer months.
31 Great Windmill Street, London, W1D 7LP
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Customer reviews for The Piccadilly
(**** 20 December 2011 by giulia from london
I have no words to describe how I DISLIKED this place. I went with my dad who came to Italy because we would have liked to have a nice Italian dinner in the centre. We had had a look at the website and menu online and thought it looked a nice restaurants. We could have not been more wrong than that. Food was terrible. I had a cordonbleau shaped like an enormous ball and heavy like hell. My dad had ravioli with bolognese sauce which were overcooked. The house wine was impossible to drink. We asked for desserts and they were cold, heavy and obviously not home-made. For what concerns the staff, they were not nice at all, kept asking questions about the order which they could not remember, but the most annoying thing is that the restaurant was almost empty so they (3 waiters) spent the evening standing next to our table and WATCHING US EATING, which I think is the most distressing thing that a waiter can do to a client. Overall it was also quite pricy and definitely not worth it. I do NOT recommend this place to anyone - save your money and eat home, I am sure the food will be higher quality..
((((( 14 December 2011 by BIG from St Neots
Good food, reasonable prices for Piccadilly and a great location
(((** 4 December 2011 by Escapee from London
We ate after the cinema, so were not in a hurry and didn't want to be hurried. Service was well timed and attentive. The liver and the chicken were tender and tasty. Spinach and mushrooms not overcooked but sauted potatoes a bit soggy. House wine very good. The rather old-fashioned traditional Italian decor was a welcome change from all the Italian chain uniformity. Would return.
((((* 4 December 2011 by ray from london
we had dinner at this restaurant after watching a show on last saturday night. we arrived at 9.30 pm and we were greeted by smiling manager and seated in the room upstairs. the restaurant was full and had a great atmosphere. our food was realy delicious and of good standard. house wine is a nice italian wine toscana.toilets were located on the second floor and are clean. we had a very nice evening and were pleased that we choosed this restaurant for our late dinner.
(((** 20 November 2011 by lasses from Huddersfield
6 pm before show, food was good but took a while and really needed to get out for show at 7.30pm. Don't like service charge been added you whould pay what you want not be compulsary.
((((* 17 November 2011 by grego from london
good place to have a party in the room on the first floor.food and service were great and we all had great time before going to a show round the corner.
(**** 9 November 2011 by Acie from Essex
would not go back or recommend to anyone. i know we went as a large group, but waited forever for food, food not presented nice at all. the waiters could do with a rocket up the b.... or maybe even just a personality. toilets on the third floor not good for the elderly people we was with.
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