London’s Sicily Restaurant has been a consistent favourite in London’s Italian dining scene for years now, merging fresh authentic Italian cuisine with English favourites to create a restaurant that matches perfectly to the London sensibility. A family-friendly establishment, Sicily Restaurant on Elizabeth Street in Belgravia is welcoming to guests of all ages. With opening hours seven days a week for breakfast, afternoon tea, lunch and dinner, Sicily Restaurant invites you in for a traditional meal that’ll leave a lasting impression.
Started by Roberto and Enzo Scalzo, two London-born brothers of Italian heritage, Sicily Restaurant is one of Belgravia’s most popular dining establishments. Originally known as de Scalzo, Sicily Restaurant continues to offer the same delicious Italian dishes, all served in a comfortable environment complete with two floors, wooden furnishings and a casual setting. For music lovers, Sicily also features great jazz and blues music every Friday and Saturday night at their premises on Belgravia’s Elizabeth Street.
Come by Sicily Restaurant any time of the day for their all-day menu, which includes a number of pizzas, pastas, Sicilian offerings, plus chargrilled dishes, salads and desserts. Head Chef Andrea Betto and his team make their pasta fresh every day, so you can always expect the perfect texture in each and every bite you take. The Belgravia restaurant also offers delicious chargrilled mains with options like the lamb fillet, the half free-range chicken and the entrecote steak served with roast pesto tomato and hand-cut chips. London’s Sicily Restaurant offers plenty of great specials, too, so be sure to book ahead and stop by to see what’s new!
Amazing staff and food. One of the best restaurants in London. We enjoyed a wonderful evening with my friends and same member of the staff
We had a great evening. The staff were friendly and welcoming The food was good, and menus offered lots of choice. definitely will eat there again.
excellent meal, big portions. discount for liking on Facebook. seriously best enjoyed on an empty stomach as we couldn't fit a pudding but the food was great
Excellent pizzas and perfect service. Our daughter liked her beef ragu with tagliatelle very much. Extra plus for the pianomusic. We Will cone back for sure next time visiting London.
Sicily Restaurant was easy to find and my friend and I were welcomed, although we arrived half an hour early. The food was delivered reasonably soon after we ordered, and it was hot, nicely arranged on the plate and very good to eat. We had the Sicilian chicken. We also had the tiramisu, which was very nice, except my friend could not detect any alcohol in it - it was pleasant, however. We were not in a hurry to leave (I had to catch a bus at a particular time) and the staff seemed quite happy to let us remain a little while after having finished the meal. I would consider going there again and would recommend it. It is a good, convenient, not too expensive restaurant for anyone waiting to catch a bus at Victoria bus or coach stations, or train at the railway station. Next time I shall try the fish.
What an amazing find! Absolute gem of a place! We visited (a group of 9) on Saturday lunch time. From the moment we entered, the hospitality and ambience were just perfect. Great buzz and amazing food, excellent value. Most of us had the 2/3 course lunch set menu £13.50/£16.50. Great choices though most of us went for the calamari/meatball starter and beef ragu main. Wine delicious and reasonably priced too £24.50 for 1litre carafe of Sicilian wine. Staff also excellent and attentive.
We booked a table for 5.30pm before catching a coach home. The restaurant was fairly empty but there is still a good atmosphere in this lovely building even with few customers. The service was very quick and the young waitress who served at our table was very attentive. We had the 3 small plates to share to start with and although very tasty the portions were very small and not really worth the price. Our mains of calzone and tuna pasta were very good. All in all a pleasant dining experience with good food.
Great restaurant - delicious food at reasonable prices. For starters we shared fried zucchini, garlic flat bread (beware of the huge lumps of garlic!) and an Italian meat platter which all had very good flavours. Then we had pasta with aubergines, tomato and salted ricotta (the aubergine was especially delicious); a Four Seasons pizza which was big and well topped; finally a spaghetti with beef ragu which had the most amazing slow cooked (braised) beef chunks that just melted in your mouth. We didn't have room for desserts but we will be back...
The services, the food and the atmosphere were all so great Our food was superb .. and the staff are enjoying their job with a very friendly manner .. they kept popping by to check on us and whether we are ok with the our meals The piano and singer were so lovely. Indfact on Fri and Sat night the restaurant organises musical .. you feel that your in middle of Italy .. Sicily style
Booked for 2 to meet my son between train and coach. Service was great, and there is a small locked area near the entrance to leave cases. Food was good, and arrived promptly - so we did not have to worry about the time, even having time for an smooth cappuccino. A pianist started playing in the corner about 6:30, not very exciting music, but made a good atmosphere. Would come again.