Formerly the general manager of Venice’s renowned Cipriani restaurant, Enzo Cecconi moved to London in 1978 to open his own Italian restaurant in Mayfair. Success was immediate, and Cecconi was soon serving members of the royal family. Now completely renovated and owned by Soho House’s Nick Jones, the restaurant continues to serve an all-day menu of cicchetti (Italian tapas) and specialties such as spaghetti lobster and veal Milanese. Cecconi’s design reflects its Venetian origins, as well, with green leather chairs, velvet sofas, decorative mirrors, and a white marble Art Deco bar, where Bellinis are blended with homemade fruit purées.
Regulars highly recommend dining at the bar for the best people-watching, fastest service, and easiest access to the excellent prosecco on tap.
AmenitiesOpen / Closes
- Accessible by Public Transportation
- Full Bar
- Good for Groups
- Late-Night Dining
- Prix Fixe
Cuisine Type:: Italian