Wood-fired pizzas and classic Italian cuisine is the focus at London’s Limoncello Ristorante Pizzeria. A standout for its quality dishes, excellent service and fine setting, this lovely restaurant has become a huge hit in the city’s foodie scene. Found on Moor Street just steps from Prince Edward Theatre and Leicester Square underground station, the restaurant is situated right in the heart of the city, making it especially popular with travellers from all over the world. Limoncello’s menu includes a wide range of options ranging from saltimbocca alla Romana to pizza vegetariana. Try one of the house specials like the pollo avocado or the risotto del pescatore when you’re looking for something exceptionally delicious. Visit often to see what’s fresh and new at this Soho restaurant – book in advance to secure a table.
Lovely food and great customer service. The staff were brilliant and very efficient. Would definitely eat here again. Perfect place to eat when attending the Palace Theatre
Great service and lovely food. Wine very reasonable prices. Great for Harry Potter between shows. Restaurant is small and welcoming. Decorated beautifully for Christmas. Will visit again
Quick service and excellent food served by excellent staff. They could not have been more helpful with my disabled husband. Perfect for pre or post theatre visits
Good food. Huge calzone and no problem with ordering extra sauce. Very friendly staff especially Marcio. Good atmosphere. I have no hesitation in recommending Limoncello.
We have visited this restaurant many times over the years. The atmosphere and service are excellent and the food is always great. The service is quick so you can always make the start if you are booked for a west end show. The prices are very reasonable for London. We have some favourites- the pizzas are second to none, the meats and sauces exceptional and the fried courgettes are amazing. They have a good selection of wines.
We love going to this restaurant. Whenever my parents come to London, the first thing I do is book a table here. The food is of good quality and the portions are big. The service is outstanding, the waitresses are very nice and even recognize us when we come in! A great place in the center of London where you can forget about your busy lives while enjoying great food. I would definitely recommend this restaurant.
We arrived about 5.30pm whilst the restaurant was still quiet and were welcomed with a friendly waitress. I had a glass of excellent house white and enjoyed a pizza which was a typical Italian thin crust. My wife enjoyed a tasty, lightly cooked tagliatelle and we finished off sharing a lovely ice cream. A relaxed meal with excellent food served promptly by attentive staff. Plenty of time to get to the theatre!
We booked for us four adults to have dinner between the two Harry Potter plays, and the restaurant is just round the corner. Lovely varied menu. friendly staff and good atmosphere. The place was packed by the time we left to go back to the theatre. Our only problem was that the credit card machine was playing up, so it took us ages for the bill to be printed out for us to pay. Other than that, we would all go back again.
Great little restaurant just a few steps from Prince Edward Theatre and short walk from Leicester Square tube. Lovely atmosphere, pleasant service, and good food. What more could you want? Definitely recommend. No children's menu, but children are welcome and there is plenty to choose from to suit younger tastes, although portions are large - good for sharing.
I am sorry to give such a low score but the food and the price of the food were just not right. I paid £23 for a steak dinnner where I would of gotten more meat out of a McDonalds happy meal! I was over cooked and just dreadful. The veg that cake with it, whilst tasty, was just so minimalist that it hardly counted as 0.1 of you 5 a day! On top of this, the kitchen and the toilets were just an open door away from each other... eugh! Because we were against a tight time line, I did not have the time to raise this whilst there but I would never eat there again and I would advise others to give it a wide birth.