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All reviews pasta tiramisu tiger prawns escalope sandwich focaccia euston station small basement drummond street family run restaurant free bruschetta authentic italian food at reasonable prices house wine huge portions friendly service fresh ingredients
In a basement on Drummond Street, a few yards from Euston Station. Look for the Italian tricolore hanging outside. Friendly service, straightforward but delicious food. Daytime pasticceria on the street level.
We ate there for dinner. Didn't realise we were basically eating in the basement. Probably seating for 20 max. Staff were nice and range of food was good and reasonably priced. Food was fine, but wife's mushroom sauce was very thin. Good selection of vegetables...More
Went here with three family members for a bit of a family reunion. Had been here before, and glad that it was so near Euston Station, for getting back to the station promptly. It's down a steepish metal staircase (which I had forgotten) and it's...More
Had the lasagne and house red for lunch, following some good news. I wanted to treat myself and it was a lovely treat. Delish. Will def be coming back here. It’s a really cute, traditional and authentic Italian. If you want modern, chic dining, go...More
Looked up Tripadvisor and this little place came up. Arrived without booking and got table easily as only a few people there. We didn’t have a starter and our mains came quite quickly. I had a four seasons pizza which was good and my wife...More
Well it’s a strange place on the ground floor is a sandwich shop cafe and in the basement is a restaurant cafe. You enter via a small gate & go down the stairs and the place has old wooden tables and pleather chairs. All a...More
Excellent italian kitchen at very affordable prices in a small basement looking a little weird from the outside. Very close to Euston station, don't be put off by the HS2 construction works, Drummond Street remains accessible.
came across this unasuming Italian restaurant on friday evening.
tucked away down some stairs looks pretty ordinary but the food was very good
and reasonably priced. It is small, but staff were friendly,would definitely recommend.
We came here on a whim, based on where we were in London. The downstairs seating was full, and instead of turning us away; they opened up the upstairs for my family and I.
It was like we had our own private dining experience. On...More