Contemporary Italian dining with a focus on simplicity is the name of the game at London’s Four to Eight. Centrally located on Catherine Street in Covent Garden, just steps from the Royal Opera House, King’s College and Lyceum Theatre, and only a stone’s throw from Covent Garden and Temple underground stations, Four to Eight serves their rustic Italian eats seven days a week. Spread over two floors, this Italian restaurant is a stylish spot for an authentic Italian meal.
Brothers Gino and Leo Zambito, whose Gino and Franco restaurant once stood in the exact same location as their newly established venture, Four to Eight, are longtime residents of London’s Covent Garden and passionate about sharing their Sicilian heritage to locals through their exquisite Italian cuisine. Run by a team of talented native Italian chefs, the Zambito brothers’ objectives are masterfully executed. Guests can experience this delicious cuisine in Four to Eight’s beautifully decorated interior, complete with modern industrial touches and exposed brick walls.
One of the best ways to get a feel for what London’s Four to Eight is all about it is to indulge in their eight-course tasting menu, which changes with the seasons for the optimal dining experience. Still, if you’d rather keep it simple, the a la carte menu is also a great option – choose from small plates like beetroot pannacotta, BBQ octopus, grilled black fig and slow-poached egg with aged Parma ham and gorgonzola, or mains like roast veal chop and whole spatchcock baby chicken. Four to Eight on Covent Garden’s Catherine Street also offers an extensive pre-theatre menu, so make sure to book ahead and dine before heading to nearby Adelphi Theatre or Aldwych Theatre to catch a show.
Good atmosphere, friendly staff and good service would recommend this restaurant
Great restaurant, enjoyed the food served and the service provided was great! Love the ambience. Price was relatively affordable too. Would definitely return to the reataurant again.
A great expierence, with excelent and sublime food served at a Cosy Italian restaurant by smiling and polite servants fullfilling a pleasant Night in London