The team at Sicily are very much looking forwards to welcoming you back to our restaurant.

Our diary is now open for bookings from Monday 17th May where we will finally be able to open our doors and welcome you back to dine with us!

You can look forward to some delicious new dishes as well as your old favourites on our updated menu as well as a new range of wines added to our collection.

Keep an eye on our website social media too as we have an exciting programme of upcoming events planned, including our popular Friday live music evenings and weekends with our resident pianists.

Some of the changes you will see

  • Fewer tables following Government social distancing guidelines including screens
  • Queuing system ensuring 2 m distancing during busy periods. Table service only, sanitised after each use
  • New designated entrance and exit points
  • Complimentary hand sanitiser at several points
  • Single-use menus and condiments, reduced tableware to enable regular sanitising
  • Clear signage to communicate queuing requirements for toilets
  • Additional cleaning and sanitising measures in place
  • Designated servers to reduce unnecessary contact
  • Cashless payments
  • Groups limited to a maximum of six from not more than two households/buddies

As required by Government guidelines and supporting the NHS Test & Trace, we will be recording all visitors names and contact details and holding these for a 21 day period, please rest assured this information will be secure and will follow our data protection policy.

We would ask any persons showing symptoms of COVID-19 not to enter and reminding all visitors to behave responsibly when dining with us and to show consideration for your own wellbeing and those around you.


We may have a reputation as a great little Italian restaurant but sometimes we like to be a little inventive with the dishes that we serve.

Sicily offers great quality food from our new clay oven and Japanese grill. Fresh in-house pasta combined with fresh sauces bringing you a taste of our homeland. We have a full cocktail list, piano lounge and private dining facilities.

Pre-theatre dining

No-one is in any doubt that Italians are dramatic! Theatre is in our blood from way back in Roman times when plays were staged for the many religious festivals.

The best shows in town are not far from Sicily – you can walk to two of London’s most popular shows, ‘Hamilton’ at the Victoria Palace and ‘Wicked’ at the Apollo in around five minutes, with the Royal Court Theatre and Cadogan Hall also close by.


Sicily is an Italian restaurant in London that wears its heart on its sleeve. We are absolutely dedicated to making your visit a memorable occasion, whether it’s a noisy celebration or a romantic dinner à deux. If you’re a pizza or pasta fan you won’t be disappointed.


Making a reservation online is easy, just click here. We also cater for groups and special events – just call us!

Impeccable Pizza

If you haven’t heard of Italy’s famous Caputo Blue Flour then you won’t know that it’s the best flour for making traditional Neapolitan pizza, because it has a calibrated particle size for easy hydration, giving it great workability and preserving lightness and flavour after cooking. That’s the science bit – but then you need the craft to put the pizza together. And that’s where we really excel. Just come and try one to see for yourself!

Fresh Pasta

On our regular menu you’ll find classics such as Tagliatelle al Ragu di Manzo, made with slow cooked Ox Cheek the definitive meat based sauce that originates from Bologna. Other famed dishes include Penne a la Norma, a Sicilian classic, Penne Arrabiata, the cylinder shaped pasta served with a spicy sauce, Linguini a le Vongole with Scottish clams.

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Live Jazz Music

If you’re a jazz or blues fan we have great artists performing here every Friday and Saturday nights. Sicily frequently welcomes great names like Jim Mullen, Nina Ferro, Dana Gillespie, Renato D’Aiello, Simon Woolf and Zoe Francis.

“We’re so delighted you’ve decided to join us that we make no charge for providing live music ‒ it’s free entry for all, even if you just relax with a drink or a coffee.

Uniquely bespoke wine list

We want to show off the amazing wines from Sicily – together with the famous “Planeta” winery there’s a great red and a white on the list, both called “La Segreta”; the Bianco – a blend of Grecanico, Chardonnay and Fiano grapes and the Rosso – a blend of Nero d’Avola, Merlot and Syrah grapes. Wines from other countries help with the balance, such as the Malbec from Argentina and Chenin Blanc from South Africa.