Welcomed with coloring books and a pair of special kaleidoscope glasses, kids are indulged at Jamie’s Italian. A friendly, three floor restaurant just steps from Piccadilly Circus which offers hungry families a feast in the afternoon or evening.
Dark wood floors, upholstered benches, and large tables, Jamie’s Italian has room for families and greets them with a smile. Hams hang with garlands of garlic and shallots around the bar which dominates the middle of the main room. At dinner time, the restaurant is full and becomes noisy, if you are looking for a quieter meal, we suggest eating around 6pm.
The comprehensive menu is ready to satisfy everyone. The typical Italian dishes, Osso Bucco, truffle escalope milanese topped with an egg, are generous and rich. There is no pizza on the menu, but the pasta recipes are amazing, like the “rotolo”, rolls of vegetables and ricotta rolled up in pasta with tomato sauce. For dessert, the portions are similarly generous, we recommend sharing the delicious pavlova per with honey and chocolate.
For once, kids have their own, specially designed menu, just for them, they choose their dish by looking through kaleidoscope glasses that they are given. A magnificent idea which enchants children– very effective for getting the children excited about their meal. If they are not addicted to the spaghetti bolognaise, they will love the organic, herbed hot dogs, or organic breaded fish fillets seasoned with lemon yoghurt sauce accompanied with rustic, crispy fries.
… the attention given to little customers and vegetarian or gluten-intolerant eaters. The waiters are informed and the menu is specific and good for finding the right dish for every tummy.
- On the same street, Caramel Baby & Child, is a store of a small brand of poetic prints and high quality materials. For children 0-12 years old. (4 Denman Place, London W1D 7AH)
- Enthrall the kids with a trip to the Rainforest Cafe, a veritable jungle of stuffed animals where a crocodile and a life-sized boa constrictor sit round a tree and tell stories. In the basement, a cafeteria awaits with mini-burgers, nuggets, and popcorn in the company of Tuki the baby elephant and Bamba the gentle gorilla. (20 Shaftesbury Avenue, London W1D 7EU)
- Do not forget to pay a visit to the huge, famous store Liberty, in the Tudor style, and see the long and warm hallways, a selection of brands for trendy clothes, decor and cosmetics. (Regent Street, London W1B 5AH)
- For a 5 Star snack, go to the Jardin d’Hiver of the Ham Yard Hotel, for freshly baked scones spread with clotted cream. (1 Ham Yard, WID 7DT London)
17-19 Denman Street,
W1D 7HW London
Metro : Piccadilly Circus
Checklist : High-chairs, crayons and coloring books, childrens menu, strollers-friendly, elevator.
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Prices & Reservations
Kids Menu 6£
Dishes 13£ – 20£
The restaurant has many tables, but we recommend a reservation.
+44 (0) 20 3376 3391
Translated by Olivia Olender.