About Sicily Restaurant

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.

Opening Times

Closed now
8:30 am - 9:30 pm
8:30 am - 10:00 pm
8:30 am - 10:00 pm
8:30 am - 10:00 pm
8:30 am - 10:00 pm
8:30 am - 10:00 pm
8:30 am - 10:00 pm


Sicily Restaurant
2a Elizabeth Street, Belgravia
London SW1W 9RB

Menu Highlights



Pork belly

Crackling, braised peas, crushed potato and apple sauce


Grilled and served with Sicilian caponata

Sea bass

Pan fried fillets, sicilian couscous and warm tomato vinaigrette

More about Sicily Restaurant, London

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!

128 Sicily Restaurant Reviews

128 Reviews
Value for money:Good value
Noise levels:Pleasant
Waiting time:Exceptionally good
Sandra S.6 days ago · 4 reviews

Sicily has good food. The restaurant is clean and well laid out. The variety of food is plenty and varied. Myself and my family and friends will keep going back.

Neville M.11 days ago · 1 review

Nice ambiance great service. Live piano and two atriums made it cosy. Food good and plenty of choices for vegetarians and vegans not too expensive by London standards would recommend

Graham B.a month ago · 1 review

Brilliant place to eat, staff very friendly service good, food great. Would highly recommend but be sure to book as very busy. Very special place