Love this place. Awesome pit stop on a big night out to grab a panini. Spent many an early mornings in here putting the world right. Staff friendly and I will always go back here when in the area ;)
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The worst cup of coffee served with love in an enjoyable environment can be a delightful experience... The inverse holds true as well. The greatest cup of coffee served by racist, antagonistic, aggressive, hostile, confrontational staff will become a horrible experience. Stay away. Take your...More
The coffee here is excellent and the staff are always very entertaining. This is a fantastic people watching spot.
A long-time end-of-night-out venue brings some sobriety to the often hazy surroundings of Soho. The coffee is always top notch proper Italian style and service efficient and good. Much of it hasn't changed in a long time and the interior is looking rather dated, but...More
Visited after seeing Anthony Bourdain programme. Good coffee shop in the heart of Soho. Coffee was good but the tiramisu was superb. Not the cheapest of places but very good quality. Appears in a time warp inside but this adds to its appeal.
We were on a quest to find cannoli in London and many of the places that purported to have it didn't. We were lucky enough to stumble across this Italian bar coffee shop similar to any you would find in Italy with a few choice...More
Well, it wasn't a real choice to eat there, because everything was packed on a Sunday lunchtime in the Soho. Anyway we had the advantage of citting ourside and the weather was nice. We ordered some pizza and panninis. The girls are, acting as waitresses,...More
I want to give it more but... 1) Hard to mess up espresso or coffee. 2) Hard to mess up people watching...Get a table outside. There's seating for at least a dozen. 3) Location for pre or post theatre caffeine boost. 4 or 5 stars...More
Like a little piece of Italy mysteriously transported to Soho 30 years ago, Bar Italia doesn't need to change. Inside is just as it should be. It has old tiles, gloomy lighting, old bottles of liquors apparently undisturbed for years on glass shelves, a pair...More