Best Pasta Restaurants in London
For some, it's blood than runs through their veins; for others, it's pasta. From freshly made dishes and high-end Italian eateries to the best tagliatelle in the business, this is the page for those that consider pasta the be all and end all of any meal. Check out our recommendations for the best pasta restaurants in London and get a little macaroni down you.
Last updated on 15th August 2017
A top notch pasta restaurant in London, Diciannove know a thing or two when it comes to the fine art of the food. Heralded for their classic dishes with a gastro twist, head on down for some of the best fusilli, taglietelle and spaghetti in the business.
Brought to the City of London by Searcys and Anthony Demetre, Osteria is a dazzling and contemporary location for all things Italian. While their meat and fish is heralded, it's also their London pasta dishes that shine with flavour, originality and European edge.
Found in the heart of restaurant hotspot Broadgate Circle, The Botanist is one of the the most famed ETM venues for good reason. Boasting the very best in international, gastro cuisine, they're knocking out some of the best pasta dishes in London.
With five dishes from Rotorino and Palatino this Bank Holiday feast is a must for pasta lovers. Taking place at Rotorino in Dalston, the day will be a carb-loaded celebration of delicious dishes, washed down with prosecco.
Found yourself in the heart of Spitalfields looking for some of the best pasta in London? You've come to the right place. Known for rolling fresh pasta each and every day, Bishopsgate Kitchen is the place to come for authentic Italian flavours and European wines.
Bolton's Restaurant in the City aims to bring the taste of traditional Italian eating to London. Head to the swish spot for pasta dishes that include the likes of linguine with lobster, spaghetti with baby clams and homemade pasta filled with ricotta and spinach.
They may have pizza in their name, but that doesn't mean Mayfair Pizza Co don't know a thing or two when it comes to London's best pasta. Boasting a petite but authentic menu, head on down to this contemporary spot for a selection of charming pasta dishes.
Sometimes a little pasta wont do, you've got to dazzle it up a bit, and Searcys 1847 do just that. Not only pairing with a high-end selection of meatballs, their pasta dishes come perfectly paired with some of the very best wine and bottles of Champagne in the business.
In the heart of Hackney Wick sits Gotta Trattoria, an Italian restaurant serving up delicious dishes that blends British flavours in authentic Italian recipes. Their daily-changing menu also offers up wonderful, hand-rolled pasta as well that is well worth the trip.
Blues Kitchen isn't a pasta restaurant in Shoreditch, it never has been, but there's one type of pasta that its doing better than anywhere else in London, and that's macaroni cheese. Bubbling over with a hardened crust, this is an undeniable pasta dish.
Gatti’s delivers delicious Italian food to Moorgate. Set across two floors, with a wine bar upstairs and an elegant restaurant below, where guests can indulge in some of the best pasta in East London. With a whole menu dedicated to the dishes, you can expect fresh and delicious plates whenever you arrive.
Opened by lauded chef Stevie Parle, Rotorino on Kingsland Road is a top spot for pasta in London. The small venue focuses on being authentic and intimate with pasta freshly made by the team, wines from Italy and a cute date-night atmosphere.