Tuscanic - Belgravia

BelgraviaTuscan, European, Italian££££
3 Reviews
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About Tuscanic - Belgravia

Tuscanic Belgravia brings a taste of Tuscany to London. Aptly named, this rustic restaurant in Belgravia is a local favourite and serves up authentic Italian fare made with ingredients and products sourced directly from, yep, you guessed it, Tuscany. We’re talking a whole host of freshly made pasta, antipasti and traditional Tuscan mains that all go alongside the extensive range of wines. Also serving Italian-style breakfast that is the perfect start to any day, there really isn’t much this Pimlico Road restaurant isn’t good for. So, you know what to do... get that table booked and head to Tuscanic Belgravia with an empty stomach – you won’t be disappointed.

Opening Times

Open now - Closes at 10:00 pm
8:00 am - 10:00 pm
8:00 am - 10:00 pm
8:00 am - 11:00 pm
9:00 am - 11:00 pm
9:00 am - 10:00 pm
8:00 am - 10:00 pm
8:00 am - 10:00 pm


Tuscanic - Belgravia
72 Pimlico road, Belgravia
London SW1W 8LS

Menu Highlights



Sauteed Msuhroom


Crostino Del Cacciatore

Poultry Patè

Fresh ricotta

With cheese and anchovies

More about Tuscanic - Belgravia, London

Now, let’s take a deeper look into what Tuscanic Belgravia is all about. As we said, this Belgravia restaurant is inspired by Tuscany in terms of food, wine, atmosphere and quality. The dishes are distinctive, and you can expect to find a range of unique dishes here as opposed to the standard Italian dishes you may find in other spots, meaning you’ll be in for a refreshing dining experience unlike anywhere else in London. Well, aside from the Tuscanic Soho branch, of course. Basically, the service here is top notch, the food is outstanding and the wine is exquisite. For us, Tuscanic Belgravia is heavenly.

We recommend beginning your Italian feast at Tuscanic Belgravia with small pots of Tuscan specialties called i cocci including fresh buffalo mozzarella, spicy salami and olives, and i taglieri cured meats and cheese served with schiacciata bread. Then, for the main affair tuck into the pesto lasagne, cacciucco di polpo e ceci nero octopus and black chickpea soup served with potatoes and bread or the Italian favourite, osso bucco that’s gluten-free and cooked with butter, sage, garlic and lemon. Whatever you go for, Tuscanic Belgravia Pimlico Road will leave you delighted and full in all the right ways. Book now!

3 Tuscanic - Belgravia Reviews

3 Reviews
Value for money:Great value
Waiting time:Exceptionally good
Noise levels:Pleasant
Sascha India P.a year ago · 1 review

I had a meeting nearby and was browsing the app for somewhere nice to have lunch when I discovered Tuscanic. I’m so pleased that I found it! Nestled on Pimlico road, it’s in a lovely area. Inside the restaurant I was greeted so warmly by staff straight away. The decor is wonderful, very authentic. I have to mention the amazing smell of baking bread as I entered. I found it very easy to relax whilst I waited for my order to come and wasn’t pestered by the staff which is great. For lunch I had a selection of chosen meats and cheeses, accompanied with some of the super fresh focaccia I could smell baking when I arrived. The food was simply delicious. I asked the staff why the food tasted so good and he explained how it’s all direct from Tuscany and prepared fresh! Wow! The menu is varied, accommodating to many pallets and the prices aren’t scary! The wine menu is something I’m excited to make my way through! I’m so happy with my meal at Tuscanic and have already booked again to bring my girlfriends. The management should be very proud of their staff they were helpful and so friendly (and all italian) Tuscanic really is a diamond in Belgravia ❤️

Lucy F.9 months ago · 1 review

Food was very good but service was awful, there were very few other diners there, most tables empty but still extremely slow service which didn’t make for a good atmosphere, a shame as the decor & feel as you walk in are lovely

Hannah J.4 months ago · 1 review

Delicious food and something a little bit different to a regular Italian. The cured meats are really fresh and tasty and the house wine very acceptable.