Love food?
Italian food?
Love quality?
Then you’ll love Venerdi Italian restaurant

Since Venerdi opened their main focus and aim has been to provide quality authentic Italian food. You will be greeted by the aroma of the “old world Italian cooking” and fresh Mediterranean ingredients. Watch Chef’s cook in front of you via their open kitchen which creates an intimate atmosphere.

Their dish’s are a combination of classic Italian dishes with contemporary twists. From great ‘antipasti’ to the home made ‘specialita di pasta’,’ pizza’, ‘pesce’ and ‘carne’, not forgetting the delicious desserts, leaving your taste buds more than satisfied.

So if you love Italian then I highly recommend this place.

Opening hours
Daily 11am-11pm

9 Chatsworth Road,

To book
Bookings can be made online via here

Thanks to Venerdi who let some community members of Love Pop Ups London come down to experience real authentic Italian dishes. Read their blogs/reviews from the comments section below.

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  1. Zarina says:

    Pizza, pasta, panna cotta… Italy gets all of the best foods starting with a ‘p’, apparently, but you don’t have to make the trek all the way down to the sunny south to be able to sample some of these delicious dishes for yourself. Cosy restaurant Venerdi in East London’s Hackney brings the essence of real Italian food right onto our doorstep with the deep flavours of fresh home-made pasta, quality buffalo mozzarella and the most scrumptious white pizza steeped in cheese and truffle you’ll ever have. Read my full review here:

  2. “Murmurs of conversation, the rhythmic chime of cutlery against plates as basil, mozzarella and tomato dance in your mouth. Transporting you back to summers dining al fresco, flirting in the piazza with Alessandro at the gelato stand and wandering through sunflower fields under the Tuscan sun.

    There’s a reason authentic Italian food is universally loved. I don’t know about you but sharing antipasti at a table with sea views of the Amalfi coast sounds pretty damn lovely. La dolce vita indeed. But given I am not Audrey Hepburn in Roman Holiday, nor can I afford to live in Italy for three months a la Eat Pray Love, I have to satisfy my bruschetta cravings elsewhere. Hence why I was delighted to be invited to dine at Venerdi last weekend.”

    Check out the delicious fare of this fresh Italian restaurant in my review: Old World Italian for the Modern Crowd

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