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3.0 /6 Good 1 Review

Venezia Bacaro

Barbican Italian £££ +100
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About Venezia Bacaro

Bacaro is the Venetian word to describe a tavern or trattoria serving simple up food and good, young local wines, and you can experience it for yourself right here in London at Venezia Bacaro. Located on Goswell Road in Golden Lane Estate, this charming Italian restaurant is the perfect place to spend an afternoon or evening with friends, with its cosy decor and regular live music events and exhibitions. On the menu you’ll find hearty and authentic Italian favourites, from pizza to pasta, meat and seafood dishes. We recommend the dorsoduro pizza (a white base topped with spicy salami, dolcelatte, anchovies, black olives and capers) – the perfect accompaniment to a bottle of Italian wine from the handpicked selection. Located just a short walk from Barbican station, spaces at Venezia Bacaro can fill up fast, so booking ahead is recommended.

Opening Hours

  • Monday 12:00 - 14:30, 17:30 - 22:00
  • Tuesday 12:00 - 14:30, 17:30 - 22:00
  • Wednesday 12:00 - 14:30, 17:30 - 22:00
  • Thursday 12:00 - 14:30, 17:30 - 22:00
  • Friday 12:00 - 14:30, 17:30 - 22:00
  • Saturday 17:30 - 22:00
  • Sunday Closed
Venezia Bacaro, 3-5 Goswell Road London, EC1M 7AH London

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1 Review

3.0 /6 Good 1 Review
Food: tasty
Waiting Time: average
Atmosphere: can be better
Quality/Price: overpriced
Noise: noisy
Service: helpful
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01.05.2017 19:54

The starter and main course were nice, the dessert menu was limited and what we had was just okay, the ambience was non existent and it has quite a cold feel about the place. The worse part though is resvd for the drink, the normal prosecco is nice but expensive at £27 a bottle, however in happy hour the prosecco is £15 a bottle but it's not the same one, a really cheap, screw top bottle, hardly any fizz, a bit like Lambrusco. Feel a bit deceived by the happy hour prosecco and based on this would not return. Cioa Bella and la divinia (both fairly local) are much better Italian restaurants.