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This is an institution that deserves to be. Great coffee of course but great snack bites as well for that quick lunch break in an authentic Italian bar. Staff are excellent and I've previously been in the evening when it's hopping. Try it once and...More
A lovely little bar in a busy part of London. Would really recommend a visit when it's sunny so you can enjoy sitting outside on the street! It has a good lively atmosphere that accompanies either a nice Italian coffee or cocktail!
An institution. The service can be brusque but the coffee is a taste of Italy. The snacks and cakes are also superb. Unless you're sitting outside on a table, expect to be jostled by a stream of late night revellers and waiters while you stand...More
This bar is a great stop off for pre/post-dinner drinks, or at anytime for that matter!
Staff are really friendly, make an excellent Aperol Spritz, and have some great Italian coffee, cakes, and sandwiches available.
The outside seating is a great place to relax and...More
Where better to watch European Championship football , drink Italian beer and eat authentic Pizza than Cafe Italia?
We stopped for a quick break and had the most brilliant , fresh tasting pizza I've had in a long while .
Snappy service and a buzzy...More
I am Italian and I have been leaving in London for 18 years. My 9 years old son is a fan of the Italian team so I took him to Bar Italia to watch a match for the Euro 2016 because I wanted him to...More
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