Diciannove Italian Restaurant is conveniently located opposite Blackfriars station in the Grade II-listed Crowne Plaza London – The City hotel, just minutes from St. Paul's Cathedral and the Millennium Bridge
Built on the foundations of King Henry VIII's Bridewell palace, this hidden inner city gem boats a double AA Rosette award by Executive Chef Alessandro Bay who trained under Michelin-starred chef Giorgio Locatelli for ten years.
Enjoy a beautifully crafted array of authentic seasonal Italian dishes using only the freshest of ingredients and signature daily house-made pastas. Choose from a series of sharing platters, typically consisting of artisan Italian meats, freshly daily baked bread and savoury bites. If you start to feel a bit parched, then get involved in the extensive list of fine Italian wines served in carafes. Enjoy regional specials available every month and finish with an assortment of desserts.
This Grade II listed building restaurant boasts a glass fronted bar, plush leather seating and wonderfully upholstered furnishings. Located opposite London Blackfriars tube and rail station, this is a restaurant that attracts a cool city crowd - perfectly located for after work drinks or a leisurely catch up with friends or family, this is a real inner city gem.
*Calls to the restaurant are charged at 13p per minute + network extras.
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|Bottle of House Wine||£21.00|
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A word from the chef:
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