A family-run Italian restaurant with an extra dose of pizzazz, Trio Pizzeria is a popular spot for dinner and drinks at The High Parade on Streatham High Road. Providing live entertainment including music by some of London’s best jazz artists, Trio Pizzeria is a hotspot for London’s music lovers and Italophiles alike. Featuring gluten-free options and plenty of vegetarian choices, Trio Pizzeria in the heart of Streatham offers something for every diner.
The wine selection at Trio Pizzeria is extensive, featuring varietals from some of Italy’s best vineyards. The interior of the restaurant is romantic and sophisticated, with exposed brick walls, candlelight throughout. The live jazz music is a huge draw to Trio Pizzeria – the restaurant features live musicians every day of the week. You’ll find Trio Pizzeria at The High Parade on Streatham High Road, only moments from Streatham Hill station.
At Trio Pizzeria in London’s Streatham, you’ll enjoy authentic Italian dishes that are made fresh to order. Indulge in hearty pasta dishes like spaghetti bolognese, salads like the crispy bacon, spinach and avocado salad, or a number of starters like the garlic mushrooms or the crispy onion rings. Pizzas on offer here include varieties like Margherita, Rucola, American and Four Seasons, plus unique speciality pizzas like the African Neptune with tuna, anchovies, olives, capers, onions, garlic, tomato and oregano. Make sure to check Trio Pizzeria’s blackboard to see what specials are on offer – and be sure to book ahead!
Great service, great food, lovely atmosphere. We visited on a Thursday evening and, even though it wasn't too busy, the ambience was lovely with chilled jazz music playing in the background. Dough balls that knocked the socks off a certain chain restaurant's. Will definitely visit again.
Great experience Great food and great music! location very convenient. I would recommend this restaurant to friends and family and definitely come again and again!
Food and service on point as usual. Been coming to Trio for many years and it has remained consistent. The squid is to die for!