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 3rd January 2019




The Botanist Broadgate

4 user reviews 4

Exclusive January Offer: Selection of Canapés and bowl food for £25pp and 1 other offer

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. 

Palatino

5 user reviews 4

From date nights in low-lit booths through to big communal dinners on long wooden tables, Palatino is bringing the Romans' joy of eating to East London. Stop by this Clerkenwell spot for traditional Italian dishes, fused with Middle Eastern flavours, creating plates such as whole roasted sea bass, mozzarella with white peach, and a tasty range of sorbet.

Gatti's Restaurant

2 user reviews 5

Bottomless Belini's

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.

Blues Kitchen Shoreditch

42 user reviews 4

£5 cocktails and 1 other offer

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.

From homemade Cavatelli to fresh spaghetti and slow-cooked ragu, Ritorno is serving up the creme de la creme when it comes to pasta. You'll want to come hungry, because the menus are enough to make your mouth water from Covent Garden to Chelsea.