Giotto is a quaint family-run Italian restaurant tucked away in New Oxford Street and open since 1996.
Sitting nicely in the city, Giotto is quite close to Covent Garden and within close proximity to the main theatres of the west end like Shaftesbury and Dominion theatres and the British museum – offering peaceful and relaxing settings to guests away from London’s heavy hustle and bustle.
The name Giotto is of Italian origin meaning “pledge of peace”. This appealing Italian name is also associated with the great Florentine painter and architect Giotto di Bondone, a major force in the Italian Renaissance.
The menu is a melting pot of classical Italian cooking: from delicious antipasti, to stone baked pizza and freshly made pasta produced by our passionate kitchen team, whom have over 15 years’ of experience.
Good food, needs quality wine, that’s why our dedicated staff travel to Italy on a regular basis to visit winery and to learn more on how they are produced and sourced.
We are very passionate on serving traditional Italian dishes to our guests accompanied by live piano from 5pm onwards, everyday.
Large groups and parties are always welcome to enjoy dinner with friends, families and colleagues for all occasions making it a truly memorable time.