Best Pasta Restaurants in London

You're a pasta lover, and we love that about you. From top notch tagliatelle to an affordable bowl of cacio e pepe, we believe in your passion, and want to share in it with you. Whether you're after an authentic trattoria, or just want somewhere no-frills for a romantic date over an affordable bottle of wine and spaghetti (who doesn't?), we've found London's finest pasta restaurants from Shoreditch and Soho, to Peckham and more.

Last updated on 22nd May 2023

Il Pampero

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Want somewhere to eat pasta in London that will really make you feel something? When you're not indulging in the classy and classic interior luxury of Il Pampero (you had us at that green velvet), their Italian restaurant just shy of Harrods has a pasta selection that celebrates the homemade, from lamb ragu to asparagus risotto. It's on the slightly more expensive side, but if you can't love yourself? Well, you know the rest. 


From fresh pasta made in house every day to mouthwatering toppings including wild boar ragu and chargrilled octopus, Maremma is an elite pasta restaurant in Brixton (just shy of Brockwell Park), that celebrates authenticity through and through. Settle for nothing less than their sumptuous eats and Tuscan wines in beautiful interiors, including a wine cellar below available for private hire.


Mayfair is the moment for this West London pasta restaurant on Berkeley Street that takes it inspiration from the 'beautiful chimes of Italy'. Bringing you seasonal pasta that celebrates fresh and true Italian flavour, dine on ragu ravilo and homemade tagliolini in what we can only describe as quite the deluxe setting. And if pasta doesn't cut it? Try the bottomless pizza brunch on the weekend, at just £55 per guest.

Padella Shoreditch

Flying the flag for best pasta in Shoreditch, Padella needs no introduction. Along with its London Bridge sister, the acclaimed spot operates a no-reservation policy, which is why you'll spot queues for their tasty plates. We're talking cacio e pepe for £12, pairing perfectly with their £8 negroni. 


When it comes to pasta restaurants in Soho, we only have eyes for Pastaio. From famed chef Stevie Parle, the West End favourite combines freshly made pasta with mouthwatering starters, desserts and frozen slushy cocktails, all prepared with authentic ingredients and a truly loving touch. Popular? It's that too.

Officina 00

An Old Street pasta restaurant notorious for deep fried lasagne (erm, yep), Officina 00 are proud to make their pasta on site, showing their Shoreditch guests all the work that goes in to a truly humble meal. And when you're not eyeing up that deep fried beauty? Lush over their almond pesta, sourdough and cocktail menu, perfect for Italian lovers.