Princi (Soho)

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Princi (Soho) Address 135 Wardour Street, Soho, London W1F 0UT
Princi (Soho) Phone 020 7478 8888
Princi (Soho) Opening Hours Monday - Saturday : 8am - 12midnight
Sunday : 8:30am - 10pm
Princi (Soho) Food Price £20 - £40 per pax
Payment by Cash,Cards

What people say about Princi (Soho)

95 reviews
  • I discovered Princi (Soho) three years ago by accident as I was walking on Wardour Street with some friends

  • I usually go for some pizza slice or lasagna or the special lunch box with different vegetables (beetroot

  • Grilled aubergine) which is very healthy

  • Last time I went with a friend and we ordered two pizzas

  • The place in general has a very light and informal feel with the wooden fans hovering in the ceiling and the display area gracing the consumers with their tantalising presence

  • A great atmosphere and buzz every time I walk in with people sitting and standing around tables high and low

  • Owned by the same people as Yautcha or at least was at one point it's a great place for pizza and cake as well

  • These Italian Self service is a fundamental part of my life in London

  • The pizza is absolutely the best you can find around to take away

  • They do a Parma ham and three cheese focaccia that goes down very well with an Aperol spritz

  • Have to walk in with a whole seating strategy in mind

  • Ham and cheese omelet was very tasty

  • It should hence be done properly and with the best there is &ndash

  • Even if you are fussy you will find something for your palate

  • I finally managed to get into Princi (Soho) as it was a Tuesday afternoon

  • Were what we were here to see

  • The presentation in the glass counter was immaculate

  • The prices were also a bit higher than its peers

  • We walked in and saw organised chaos to the right of the restaurants where seats are up for grabs and food ready made from the bakery

  • The left of the restaurant was a bit calmer with an open kitchen where the chefs were tossing dough into the air

  • We took a seat in the restaurant and were served by an Italian waiter (adding to the authenticity of the restaurant)

  • Thier Pizzas are just how they should be made

  • The only flipside is that the meat is not Halal

  • I had the rocket mozzarella and tomato sandwich along with cannelloni

  • The mozzarella was melt in your mouth and blew my mind away

  • Please make sure you are in time so that you get a good place to sit

  • One of the best pizzeria you can find in Central London

  • The desserts are incredible

  • Went to catch up with a friend in london

  • One of the best pasta I havr ever had

  • Princi make the best Cannoli in London

  • Not layered with chocolate and filled with smooth ricotta

  • In general the foods are very tasty and they do decent coffee

  • I had heard that Princi (Soho) is famous for its desserts and therefore could not wait to try it

  • The display was all so inviting but I had my eyes on the cannoli

  • My friend got this strawberry pastry that was basically a short crust base

  • With a layer of custard that was topped off with fresh

  • Having tried no others I cannot compare it to say if it was good or bad

  • It just wasn't made for my flavor palette as the cannoli shell was dry and the whole thing tasted flavorless to me

  • This is a nice Italian restaurant with the best pasta

  • Wood fired pizzas here are excellent as well

  • Princi (Soho) is one of the best pastry outlets in Soho

  • Completed the meal with pear chocolate cake

  • As well as a double espresso with grand marnier

  • Princi is the best Italian restaurant in all of Europe

  • We ate here too many times to count whilst we were travelling in London

  • All of which were divine and extremely authentic

  • Meals here were the cheapest then all the other restaurants we visited in London

  • I thought that was a great idea

  • I suggested to Elsa it would be good to sit in the pizzeria section where there are proper tables rather than benches and waiters who will bring you food instead of queuing at the self service bar

  • Try the tiramisu or the cannolini's with a pot of tea any evening

  • The pizzas are amazing too

  • So we came across Princi that was not too far away

  • 'The Princi breakfast' which is their take on the english breakfast with Italian flavor was

  • The two words that immediately come to mind when I think of Princi are cafeteria and Chic which perfectly describe this laid back and visually tantalizing Italian bakery

  • The crust was perfectly crispy on the outside and chewy on the inside with perfect flavors and taste

  • My friend had a cannoli and she said it was really fresh

  • Half of the food came first and the other half was only served after the other was cold

  • We were offered two salads and the waiter was really sorry for the delay

  • All the waiters are italian and the all the products look incredible

  • The meat sauce was quite greasy and lacking depth

  • The focaccia was alright and it was a good snack

  • Popular at meal times but the service was friendly and pleasant

  • Chocolate chip cake and slice of light baked cheesecake with berry topping

  • When I came to this restaurant I thought that it must be a very good restaurant because there was a lot of people

  • Restaurant is very good located but the thing which was the worst was the noise

  • Margherita this pizza was really really tasty

  • Tomato sauce was fresh and delicious

  • Valerio this one was worse that the first one

  • I don't like this kind of ham on my pizza and there was not enough of tomato or cream

  • The interior and vibe at Princi is quite nice

  • The side salad was a complementary lightness

  • Laid back and sometimes almost crazy which is when you basically walk out but otherwise its

  • Princi is always great with their wide selections of cakes as well as good coffee

  • Everything is freshly prepared and served hot

  • Everything is freshly backed and well done

  • Quality Italian food that is ready to go

  • You can order everything with them and then just choose a spot at one of the communal tables to enjoy your meal

  • My visit to princi was nice as firstly the lightening was amazing there making it attractive and food present in the shop was looking very fresh

  • Stumbled upon Princi as we were walking around Soho

  • The service was quite good

  • The displays of food was amazing and everything (at least what we tried) matched up

  • Got some portions of fresh baked pizza and we tried a few of the scrumptious dessert with some espresso

  • The interiors are nice and not pretentious

  • It s an overrated place the staff is mean the pizza is just normal and drinks are pricey in relation with the size

  • The italian food of this restaurant is so delicious

  • The interior of the place was so nice that one cannot take his eyes off from the decorations

  • The prices are great for a true Italian in the middle of Soho

  • It's beautifully decorated and the staff is absolutely lovely and easy going

  • The restaurant was semi busy and we managed to get seated without needing a reservation

  • We were there on a Monday at 6 pm and the music was extremely loud

  • We were shouting and ended up with a sore throat

  • We asked three times for the music to be turned down and we were completely ignored

  • We loved the chocolate cake with orange marmalade in it and the profiteroles

  • The desserts are worth the wait

Princi (Soho) Specialties

  • Italian
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