A dinner at Cecconi’s
is one of life’s great pleasures. From the vibrant dishes to the welcoming yet elegant setting, the restaurant has officially arrived at Bicester Village in Oxfordshire – a perfect addition to the refined shopping destination in the British countryside.
Enzo Cecconi opened his first Cecconi’s in London’s Mayfair in 1978, with the restaurant becoming part of the Soho House Group in 2005. Since then, a host of classic dishes – Spaghetti Lobster, Cacio e Pepe
, Sicilian Prawns and Wood-Fired Pizza – have become much-ordered favourites among Soho House members and guests. The newly opened Cecconi’s at Bicester Village is the first restaurant location in the UK outside of London, in addition to established global outcrops in West Hollywood, Miami, Istanbul, Berlin, Barcelona, New York, and Mumbai.
Bicester Village is a must-visit destination for the world’s fashion-loving crowd, with more than 150 designer boutiques spread over a few pedestrian streets inspired by the nearby Oxfordshire villages (there’s even a Soho Home
on-site for all your interior design needs).
Cecconi’s Bicester Village is located right by the Soho House farmshop restaurant and cafe, ensuring you can get that pasta fix (or a much-needed aperitivo) on the terrace after a successful shopping spree. It was designed with the original restaurant’s iconic style in mind, with striped tiled floors, marble tables and a round bar for sampling the finest Negroni in town.
Find out more about Cecconi’s Bicester Village here