Zizzi Paddington Street

35-38 Paddington Street , London, W1M 3RJ

2 reviews

32 Soho

SquareMeal Review of Zizzi Paddington Street

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Nearby Tube/Rail Stations

Baker Street Tube Station 261m

Marylebone Station 474m


Address: 35-38 Paddington Street , London W1M 3RJ

Area: Soho

Nearby Landmarks

Screen on Baker Street 43m

Dorset Street 92m


Telephone: 020 7224 1450




Food & Drink: 9.0

Service: 9.0

Atmosphere: 8.0

Value: 9.5

Food & Drink: 5.0

Service: 5.0

Atmosphere: 5.0

Value: 5.0

Robin N. 01 April 2014

Held my daughter's 10th birthday lunch here on 29/3/14. The staff were extremely friendly from our arrival with the highlight of the meal being my daughter being asked to make her own pizza with the chef !! Cannot praise the staff enough as not always easy to look after 13 10-year-old girls !

Food & Drink: 4.0

Service: 4.0

Atmosphere: 3.0

Value: 4.0

HP gold reviewer 19 April 2009

There's no denying that the Italian high street chains in this country are of a reliably good standard; you go to somewhere like Zizzi because you know exactly what to expect. While this is somewhat unadventurous, you can get a decent meal that's ridiculously reasonable thanks to the current ongoing offers. The Marylebone Zizzi has never failed my expectations. For some reason, the branding is different to the traditional Zizzis found elsewhere (everything's green and black here) but the menu is the same. Lunch today was up to scratch; the pasta dishes were pretty good but the pizza, as ever, was the real winner; the calzone in particular was spot on, served piping hot with just the right amount of filling. Calzone is something that doesn't crop up so much across the other pizza/pasta chains and alone worth coming to Zizzi for if you are trying to make a decision between here and the others. Service was efficient and friendly (but when it is ever not?) and overall, the meal was faultless. Although I probably won't remember this specific visit some months down the line, I'll certainly be back there soon.