Italian Restaurants In Covent Garden

From Venetian bàcaros to pasta havens and quirky pizzerias, Central London is filled with places to eat Italian food. Take a break from browsing Seven Dials, nearby Soho and the bustling West End for authentic eats and bottles of vino in this iconic corner if the city. With so many venues to choose from, we've made it easy for you to find the perfect spot with our guide to Italian restaurants in Covent Garden.  

Last updated on 10th December 2021

28-50 Wine Bars are all beautiful, stylish restaurants, with sites in Covent Garden, Chelsea and Kensington. When it comes to Italian food? They pair arancini, burrata and truffle polenta with expertly curated bottles of wine for the ultimate escape.

Fire and Stone

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If you fancy classic slices with a interesting twist, Fire and Stone is the spot for you. This Covent Garden restaurant serves pizzas inspired by cities from across the globe, think Texas topped with BBQ rump steak, the shredded duck Peking and Madrid covered in chorizo and prawns.

VyTA is one of the most romantic Italian restaurants in Covent Garden for its stunning interiors and impressive menu of Italian classics. Executive Chef Dino De Bellis has taken inspiration from his Roman upbringing to create an enticing selection of authentic plates that pack a punch.

Wedged between Covent Garden and Charing Cross, Bancone is a great restaurant for eating pasta in Central London. Trust us, these guys take their speciality seriously, with star plates including wood pigeon ravioli, lobster bucatini and pappardelle with sautéed chicken livers.