Bocca Di Lupo
We specialise in the obscure and the delicious highlights of food and wine from all across Italy's twenty regions. If we can make something ourselves, we do - gelati, breads, sausages, salame, pickles, mostarda, and pasta of course - the rest is carefully sourced from Italy. A selection of Italian wines and home-made and imported foods is available for delivery, along with our famous gelato, from Gelupo.
Our Remus Room is a warm and sumptuous setting for any party. It can accommodate twelve to thirty two persons seated, fifty standing, and is always served by its own chef in a dedicated, adjacent kitchen.View Private Dining Details
What Insiders Are Saying
If you want to know where to find the best Italian food in Soho is, it’s at Bocca di Lupo.
Very enjoyable meal, lovely food wine and service. Can't wait to go back!
Very enjoyable, tasty, and just right before the theatre.
Great food and knowledgeable waiter -we will be back!
Overpriced and stressful. I won't be back. Portions very small also.
There was not much variety for gluten free eaters.
Deft Italian cooking, solicitous staff, excellent cocktails - what’s not too like? Had an amazing dish with ricotta, sage and pine nuts that was gorgeous - only wish I had asked what it was called so I can order it again.
It was great
Fabulous as usual, great food great service, reasonable prices for such great quality
My favourite restaurant in London. Great service, wonderful food and a fantastic atmosphere to while away a few hours with friends
I took my wife to Bocca Di Lupo for her birthday, as she has been wanting to go for a long time, having heard great things about it. Unfortunately, the food was very disappointing. In fact, a couple of dishes were almost inedible. Everything was incredibly salty, to the point that it was so overwhelming we couldn't finish a couple of the dishes. We still had a lovely evening as the staff were very attentive and the service and atmosphere were great. The food, however, was very disappointing. I hope it was a one off
This is one of our favourite restaurants - ever! Thank you Bocca x
Fantastic birthday lunch, the food is really something special and great if you don’t like huge plates of food but lots of small uniquely flavoured Italian dishes. Pop over the road to their gelato shop too. Mmmmm
It was my first time visiting restaurant and definitely will be back. Great menu, very good quality food and service was friendly and polite. They suggested to us to have 2-3 smaller plates to share and one main/ large which was exactly what we wanted. Amazing to see in front of you chef’s and team working like orchestra.
good interesting food served in tapas style portions.
We were seated at the bar despite booking 3 weeks in advance and it was very noisy.
wine over priced and not the best quality but fine with the food
probably would not return
Is not good restaurant, expensive and small dishes and not so delicious
Not value for money
Excellent lunch and pre theatre menu at £10. Well chosen dishes attached to Italian locations.
Loved the food and the environment. Service was impeccable!
The food here is always amazing but we were really disappointed by the service which was terse and rude. A real shame for such a wonderful restaurant and one we have visited so many times before over the years. We escaped and finished off our sons 21st birthday with coffee at bar italia which lifted our spirits again.
Please think carefully about your customer service and spend some time training your staff.
Excellent fast service with friendly and helpful staff. Great choice for pre theatre dining.
Staff is a bit confused and the food is good, but nothing special. Probably won't come back.
I have loved this restaurant since its inception but this time the service was much wanting with the waiters not looking at their tables and even saying that they weren't responsible for my area. The manager should have been aware of this without my having to draw his attention to it. I did not pay the Service Charge for the first time ever.
Sitting at a counter seat was neat. Food was expensive for what you get.
As always, excellent food with fresh and delicious ingredients. Very good service.
Food on the slightly salty side. I would not ask for extra olive oil and balsamic vinegar for your bread as they charge £1 for it. Otherwise, good.
Great food and atmosphere. Recommend sitting at the counter.
Absolutely the best food ever!!!! My favourite restaurant in London. Thank you.
We sat on the stools by the kitchen, so watched the whole process. We chose small starters - sage leaves with anchovy, boccacini; small risotto and palma ham with pickled aubergine and then the roast teal. We shared all dishes. And had a nice chianti in a carafe.
Busy atmosphere, good staff and service.
My only issue was the eagerness to move us on, when finished !
Delicious food (though one of us had a problem with the escarole!) and very attentive waiter. Thank you!
Wonderful restaurant and great service. Food is really interesting and varied.
Overall a great experience.
Fabulous food, attentive and friendly staff, great all round. A must for those who enjoy good food.
Friendly, attentive service and delicious food. Not a whole lot of vegetarian/vegan options, but the ones they did have were amazing.
Bocca di Lupo is my favourite restaurant in London - I love the food, the staff , the atmosphere - a very special place.
I was disappointed that we were seated at the bar instead of a table. There wasn’t any mention of that when I made the reservation or when they called to confirm. You should be told that when booking or confirming. The bar at the restaurant is at an awkward height for dining and doesn’t make for a great experience.
Excellent food, well presented in relaxing but buzzy environment.
Interesting pre theater. Very limited menu.
A totally nice surprise. Our family of five showed up a bit casually dressed, and when we walked in we thought, “oh, no! Too fancy” and we expected high tourist prices and bad food. We could not have been more wrong. Everything was tasty (recommend the broccoli and buratta appetizer) and my son loved his whole mackerel. I loved the price! Dinner for five, cocktails, five glasses of wine, and dessert. All for under 130 quid. I cannot even begin to imagine what this would have cost in the theater district of Boston.
Had lunch with my daughter, it was our first visit. We were seated at the counter, this gave us a good idea of all the activities in the open kitchen: hectic but well organised. Our waiter was very friendly and advised us really well on what dishes to pick and how many. The sharing dishes were served in high tempo, we loved all of them and were well ratisfied at the end of the meal with just enough space left fot the cassata, cake with ricotta and marzipan. Overall, we enjoyed it much, we highly recommend this restaurant!
Amazing food as always and great service!!!!!!!!!!!
Excellent food with a wait staff offering good service
We were there for Boxing Day dinner. It was fussy. There wasn’t anything we had that we would order again. My 21 year old daughter said it best when we asked if she wanted dessert: Mo thanks. I don’t want to be disappointed again.