Cecconi’s originated in Venice and serves hand-made pasta, seafood, and dishes from Northern Italy using the best ingredients. In addition to the flagship restaurant in Mayfair, Cecconi’s has outposts in West Hollywood, Miami Beach, Brooklyn, Berlin, Barcelona and Istanbul and a second London location within The Ned.
On Burlington Gardens in Mayfair, Cecconi’s is a modern day classic Italian restaurant with a fabled history. It is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, seven days a week.
In the courtyard of Soho Beach House, Cecconi’s serves hand-made pasta, seafood, cicchetti and dishes from Northern Italy, as well as brunch, 4 to 7 and Afternoon Tea.
On the corner of Melrose Avenue and Robertson Boulevard, formerly the site of the iconic Morton’s restaurant, Cecconi’s has a main dining room and terrace with banquette seating.
In the courtyard of the 19th century Palazzo Corpi Building, Cecconi’s is a modern day classic Italian restaurant open for dinner, seven days a week.
The restaurant, is next to The Store on the ground floor of the Soho House building. It has an open-plan kitchen, wood oven, marble floor, red leather booth seating and an outside terrace for the summer months.
Located in the city’s Gothic Quarter, Cecconi’s Barcelona is open seven days a week, serving a classic Italian menu as well as a ‘Sunday Feast’ brunch.
Separated by 92 verdite columns and rows of Grade I-listed banking counters, Cecconi’s City of London is one of seven public restaurants set within the 3,000 square metre banking hall of The Ned.
With waterfront views of the Manhattan skyline, Cecconi’s Dumbo features a large European-style bar leading into a main dining room and separate room available for private hire. Outside patio seating is also available.