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The 25-seat terrace of small this Fitzrovia corner-site – previously Bonnie Gull (RIP) – opened first at this April 2021 newcomer: the first spin-off from the well-known Brighton duo of the same name. The outside is actually a bigger space than the tightly-packed 20-seat interior, open a month or so later. Later the layout may become more like its Brighton stablemates, with more counter seating. The menu – with homemade pasta, small plates and perhaps some emphasis on fish – will also echo its Brighton siblings.

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Summary

£39
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* Based on a three course dinner, half a bottle of wine, coffee, cover charge, service and VAT.

This “lovely neighbourhood Italian” in Fitzrovia opened in April 2021 as a spin-off from a successful Brighton duo, and has made a “great transition to London” on an eye-catching corner site (formerly Bonnie Gull, RIP). The food is “delicious”, although “portions are lady-sized rather than man-sized”. The business was founded ten years ago when Italian-Australian lawyer David Toscano bought an old Fiat van to participate in a Brighton street-food festival.

Summary

£36
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* Based on a three course dinner, half a bottle of wine, coffee, cover charge, service and VAT.

The 25-seat terrace of this small Fitzrovia corner site – previously Bonnie Gull (RIP) – opened first at this April 2021 newcomer: the first spin-off from the well-known Brighton duo of the same name. The outside is actually a bigger space than the tightly packed 20-seat interior, open a month or so later. No survey feedback as yet, but Marina O’Loughlin from The Sunday Times gave its ‘topically brief’ menu (four choices for each course) from chef Jamie Halsall a thumbs-up.

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21a Foley St, London, W1W 6DS

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Cin Cin Restaurant Diner Reviews

Reviews of Cin Cin Restaurant in W1, London by users of Hardens.com. Also see the editors review of Cin Cin restaurant.
Nat F
A local simple Italian restaurant. Food was...
Reviewed 11 months, 12 days ago

"A local simple Italian restaurant. Food was good, but some elements overcooked and under seasoned. Service was good but a tad slow at times. "

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Prices

Availability 2 courses 3 courses coffee included service included
Lunch £18.00 £24.00
  Cost Availability Courses
Menu1 48.00 Always available 5

Traditional European menu

Starter Main Veggies Pudding
£9.50 £18.00 £6.00 £9.00
Drinks  
Wine per bottle £29.00
Filter Coffee £3.50
Extras  
Service 12.50%
21a Foley St, London, W1W 6DS
Opening hours
MondayCLOSED
Tuesday12:30 pm‑11:30 pm
Wednesday12:30 pm‑11:30 pm
Thursday12:30 pm‑11:30 pm
Friday12:30 pm‑11:30 pm
Saturday12:30 pm‑11:30 pm
SundayCLOSED

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