Discover London's best Sicilian restaurants. London's Sicilian restaurants maintain a long history of links between England's capital and Italy's southernmost island. Crusaders to the Middle East poured through Sicily in the 11th century, while from the 16th century, British traders travelled across the Mediterranean. More recently, migrants from the island settled in the East End, opening up London's first Sicilian restaurants and cafes from the 1940s onwards. The legacy of these arrivals is a selection of Sicilian restaurants in London, from Pinner to Belgravia, with plenty of fine places to try the island's delicious cuisine.