Cin Cin Restaurant London

Cin Cin Fitzrovia restaurant London

Cin Cin Fitzrovia, restaurant in London, is a popular casual Italian restaurant in Fitzrovia. Home to a hub of restaurants including Argentine steakhouse Gaucho and Monica Galetti’s Mere.

Cin Cin started back in 2013 when then lawyer David Toscano, born in Sydney, Australia to Italian parents who immigrated to Australia in the 1960’s. David was lucky to grow up surrounded by beautiful Italian food cooked by his Italian family.

David began catering for friends and family in 2013, David started showing off his cooking skills by whipping up his famous arancini, cured meats, crostini and of course, handmade pasta that was such a big part of his upbringing and contribution to the restaurant being one of the top Italian London dining spots.

Cin Cin Fitzrovia, restaurant in London, is one of London’s best restaurants for Italian obsessed Londoners looking for truly prepared Italian cusine.

By 2017, the restaurant was ranked as sixth in the Top 20 Brighton Best Restaurant Awards, with David also winning Best Welcome. Since then, Cin Cin was reviewed by the Waitrose Good Food Guide, BBC Good Food Magazine, and The Guardian.

A few years after Cin Cin’s two restaurants opened up, the founders brought their Italian fresh pasta and sharing plates to the heart of London, namely in Fitzrovia.

Cin Cin Fitzrovia is described as an intimate dining space, having room for 20 guests, with outside seating perfect for al fresco dining for a further 20 guests that can dine on the alfresco terrace when the warmer weather allows.

You will have to visit Cin Cin as the menu is not online or listed on there website, but we can tell you to expect at the Fitzrovia restaurant, a short a la carte and a five-course set Italian dinner. Just perfect.

The menu changes with the seasons and makes tribute to all the seasonal local offerings. You can expect to find classic Italian dishes with some modern dishes from top quality ingredients to maximise on flavour.

To start your Italian dining experience, tuck into some classics with a modern touch of toasted almond and preserved lemon, or creamy burrata with charred baby leeks.

Traditionally, move on to main courses such as involtini with spring cabbage and brown butter sauce. We of course recommend to indulge in the dessert menu and were recommended the ‘rhubarb zuppa inglese’ (an Italian dessert that can be compared to the classic British trifle, layering custard and slices of sponge cake).

Enjoy your meal with all the Italian branded drinks, including Aperol Spritz and lemonades.

Cin Cin Restaurant London Dress Code & Address

Cuisine: Italian

Dress Code: Smart Casual

Area: Fitzrovia

Address: 21 Foley St, London W1W 6DS


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