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For after a matinee this is my favourite eatery. The warm welcome and the service by Neil is exceptional. He remembers his visitors and makes one feel at home. George, also waited, and was very charming. House white was very drinkable.
Had another excellent meal at Little Italy last evening. Neil is the senior waiter and remembers guests and welcomes everyone with warm and friendly greetings. It's like being looked after by a good friend. I highly recommend this restaurant.
Mike and myself Naseem, went for a five day break to London and we found Little Italy by accident and we ate there 3 days on the run!
This restaurant is next door to Bar Italia of which both are owned by the same family....Also they are both opposite the very famous Ronnie Scotts Jazz Club where many famous people performed!
Little Italy was wonderful with the music, the boss Antonio was so lovely and obliging and very generous. Antonio’s staff including Neal and his Spanish wife Piluca could not do enough for us. We were both very sad when we had to leave London but ‘We Will Be Back!’More
3 of us took a trip to little Italy, we were really looking forward to it, until the service was awful- having to ask several times for basic things. The food was average for being in a Italian restaurant it wasn’t full of flavour at...all, and lastly our deposit wasn’t take off of our bill £60!!!!
A week later over 6 phone calls we still have no idea when we will be receiving the money back. I phoned the night of and they told me to call on Monday which I did and it’s now a week later and still no contact or sign of our deposit
AWFUL SERVICE REALLY DISAPPOINTEDMore
Ordered pizza and tuna toastie.
Food arrived quickly and hot, tasted great.
Pizza dough was very light and fluffy.
Staff were great, although did feel like i was being rushed out onced we'd finished the meal.
Disappointed they allowed smoking in the eating area outside,...which unfortunately made us move inside to get away from it whilst we ate.
Bit pricey, for what it is, but that's london prices for you.More
We were enticed in by the hosts energy at the front. Short good looking bald chap. Really funny. We were served by an Albanian chap who also had good banter with the customers.
There is only a short menu but the food was really nice....Definitely recommend the spaghetti Bolognese.
For 2 adult pasta dishes, 1 child’s pizza, cheesy garlic bread and 3 drinks £76 + tip.
It’s also a good place for people watching as plenty of outdoor seating.More
This could quite possibly be the worst place I have eaten in London.
Where to begin? Sticky tables, Outrageously priced drinks, Food void of any taste. The peppercorn sauce was nothing but a thick gloopy bowl of jelly that turned my stomach to even look...at. Chaotic atmosphere and mediocre service... then have the cheek to add a £12.00 SERVICE CHARGE!!
The only good thing is the girl who served us (with the curly hair) was polite and removed the "sauce" from our bill.
It looks nice on the outside but don't be fooled by the charismatic man on the door, It's nothing but a tourist trap and they know it.
Please go to an authentic Italian restaurant instead!!More
Visited Little Italy the bar adjoining the restaurant tonight! At first the doorman tried to get £20 each from us to enter this bar . When I said he must be joking he said “as it’s just 2 if you go on in ……..”.
We...did, but the money was later made up inside!!
I don’t know if it’s customary to charge £40 per couple to enter a bar in Soho but it’s not what I’m used to!
We bought a double vodka and double gin with tonic ….. £26 and accepted that was “London Prices”. We enjoyed the music and decided to stay for another drink . Unfortunately this time we were charged £32 for exactly the same drinks and NO vodka was put into the “vodka & tonic”!!! When we complained we were told we should have been charged £32 for each of the two rounds of drinks so consider ourselves lucky that the first one was cheaper!! They would not accept that there was no vodka in the second drink, simply suggested that all the ice had melted to make the vodka and tonic weaker!! This was not the case as with a glass full of ice it still only tasted of tonic!!
No one was prepared to apologise for the error nor make a goodwill gesture of a shot of vodka in The glass of ice and tonic.
So in short ……. If you don’t get ripped off on the door, you’ll get ripped off inside.
No customer service, no pricing policy and no scruples about taking money under false pretences!
Avoid at all costs as you will be ripped off!More
A staff member is at the door, enticing you in, sit anywhere they say.
We were given the wrong order, but expected to receive it as it was almost ours.
The pasta tasted good, but portions were small.
As soon as we put our knife...& fork down the bill was given, without an offer of coffee or desert.
While still finishing our drinks we were told to vacate as our table was booked. (which it wasn’t as we were told to sit anywhere).
We was there no more than 40 minutes, feeling rushed.
AND the added insult of being automatically charged SERVICE CHARGE without being given the option to tip, should we wish.
No time to even finish our drink, so we requested our service charge back.
I’d rather go to KFC than eat in there again.
Poor, poor, poor………..
just because you have a passing trade, you still need to offer a customer service !
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