Situated directly on the bustling Holloway Road, Ristorante Trevi is a fountain of all things fresh and Italian that draws in streams of people from all over North London. Easily accessed via Highbury & Islington overground station, they’re right at the centre of the local community, and – unlike, say Arturo Lupoli and Vito Mannone – they are a lasting Italian effect on the Highbury area. The menu features dolce vita classics like saltimbocca alla Romana (pan-fried veal escalope with sage and parma ham, cooked in a white wine sauce) and pollo Milanese, a breaded chicken fillet with spaghetti and various sauces. Wash these down with a selection of fine wines or a bottle of Peroni and you’re well on the way to a superb Italian meal: so book a table now and head on over.
Sadly i dont live anywhere near, i would be in every week if i did. From the look & feel of the place itself, to the staff & the food, cant fault it & will certainly return next time I'm I the area, love it 😆
Absolutely love it here. It is what it is. Nothing fancy before a football game. The girl that works in there is brilliant. She’s always so busy but always got time for you
We were made to feel very welcome. We ate off the set menu - food was excellent at a very reasonable price. Will certainly return there when in the area.
Italian classics done superbly at a very affordable price. Lovely welcoming staff too. Small, cosy, great atmosphere. Very handy pre gig at The Garage and across from station.
This is a jewel of a place at Highbury Corner. The food is not only terrific but incredibly affordable and the staff friendly and accommodating. I have been coming here for years and hope that it will be here for many years to come in spite of the greedy landlords killing off some fabulous old businesses in the area. Please don't be put off by the horrendous roadworks or the busy traffic around Highbury Corner. If you want a delicious bowl of good honest Italian grub look no further.
Yummy selection of Italian classics with an English twist- but pleasantly so. Outstanding bruschetta and arrabbiata (good news for vegans and lactose intolerants - they sautee all side veg dishes in olive oil and not, as you'd expect, butter) - and definitely generous portions! We will be back and try another dishes.
Friendly little restaurant with good tasty italian food. Not posh or trendy but great value - £8 for 2 couses off the set menu. Convenient location. Will go again.
Great Italian for locals in the know, delicious food and nice staff. For this part of London the set 2 course menu for £8.95 is hard to beat.
Authentic food, great service and value. A good stop on way to the Union Chapel! We will definitely go again. We especially enjoyed the home made Tirimisu.
Great good, great service And it has a great vibe really good fun although I would say that it is cash only which is a little annoying