Providing fine traditional Italian cuisine to Fitzrovia’s pasta lovers, Conchiglia on London’s Great Titchfield Street, just steps away from University of Westminster, has gained a tremendous following since its opening and continues to wow diners with innovative Mediterranean cuisine and a lovely dining atmosphere. This Fitzrovia restaurant is conveniently located for both Regent’s Park and Great Portland Street tube stations, and is a must-visit for any fan of authentic Italian cuisine.
Situated on the corner of Great Titchfield Street and Clipstone Street in London’s Fitzrovia, Conchiglia offers Italian cuisine as it’s supposed to be: simple, exceptionally fresh and served by a friendly staff who truly care about their guests. A relaxed yet sophisticated environment makes it ideal for just about any occasion, and with opening hours for lunch and dinner 7 days a week, there’s never a bad time to visit Conchiglia for an authentic taste of the Mediterranean.
At Conchiglia, guests are treated to an impressive wine list that perfectly accompanies their selection of delicious Italian dishes on offer. Sit outside and relax in the restaurant’s outdoor dining area and relax as you enjoy starters like prosciutto e melone (Parma ham with melon), cozze alle provinciale (mussels cooked in tomato sauce and herbs) or the restaurant’s famous caesar salad. Eating the pasta is essential, so be sure to order spaghetti alle vongole (pasta with clams, cherry tomatoes, and garlic in a white wine sauce) or the tortellini aurora con funghi (spinach and ricotta tortellini cooked with mushrooms and tomatoes in a cream sauce) before moving on to the restaurant’s rotating selection of desserts. Located in London’s trendy Fitzrovia, Conchiglia offers gourmet Italian cuisine at reasonable prices – book early to secure a table.
It's not our first time but the food and service are always great. Will always go back if we want authentic Italian food!
Great! Fresh tasty food and great service. The staff were attentive. The wine was good. Recommended. Quandoo require 25 words but when the experience was very good there isn't always a lot to say!
Warm welcome, good food, comfortable surroundings, moderate prices. My guest and I both ate from the daily menu which is great for a lunchtime meal.
If you love authentic Italian Pizza, this is the place. We often go there for our friday team pub lunch. Its a friendly place. try it
Conchiglia is slightly off the beaten track (a good 5 minute walk from Oxford Street and from a number of underground stations) and is better for it. It is a family run, traditional Italian restaurant providing the full array of expected menu choices (pizzas to steak) - if anything, the menu is too extensive. The service was excellent in a very professional and personable way, the food was all fresh, well presented and well cooked; we enjoyed the wines and the complimentary limoncello at the end was a nice touch. The atmosphere was slightly quiet but as it was just after new year this was to be expected and I expect it is usually busy at lunch and dinner time. The extra walk to reach Conchiglia compared to more accessible and typically more commercial restaurants is well worthwhile. We will add it to our list of Italian restaurants which we enjoy in London.
For me this truly authentic Italian eatery sits between trattoria and full service restaurant. keeps best parts of either for the great sum-total. Very accommodating to difficult customers. i wanted my favourite strottaprezzi with a different a wholly mine set of toppings. They did without blinking. It was a meal in addition to a long serious chat we had had and they understood the timings perfectly slotting plates when needed and staying away when things got tense. I am not a foodie so can't tell what was really fresh and what was just fresh. But the meal, the milieu, the service was outstanding. Why only 5? Well The beer was warm - every time...
First of all the food was perfectly prepared and truly delicious, without pretentious presentation. The staff are charming and attentive, especially the omniscient manager, who hovers benignly. We arrived early evening when the resto was empty, but it soon filled up with regular, loyal customers. So much so that we felt privileged to be admitted. The place is a little off the main W1 visitors' spoor, which must suit the locals, but do make the effort to find them. Cons? The choice is extensive making decisions difficult and the menus limp. Not a deal breaker.
Conchiglia is fine, a bit overpriced for what it is. My wife and I had the vegetarian tasting menu, which costs the same as the omnivore tasting menu. The selections were not terribly imaginative. Almost every dish was laden with cheese, and a bit oversauced. I suspect the meat selections were more inspired. The service was solid, the décor attractive. It was a pleasant meal, but nothing exceptional.
I had an enjoyable meal at Conchiglia. The restaurant is a welcoming and friendly staff. It appears to be a family run establishment and the proprietor is very attentive in inquiring about your dining experience. The food was very good and affordable. I will be back in the future.
The Conchiglia was adequate but not exceptional. The nicest item we had off the menu was cassata - the nutty, fruity ice cream. However that item is not made in house. It is bought in. As for the rest - okay but not inspired. Other aspects - service etc - were fine. Gratuity is included in the bill which seems odd.