Obicà Mozzarella Bar - Poland Street
Started in Italy in 2004, today Obicà has restaurants in international gateway cities such as Rome, Milan, Florence, Palermo, London, New York, Los Angeles and Tokyo, where it continues to delight fans of fine Italian food wherever it opens.
A fresh, simple and authentic cuisine: Every Obicà in the world shares the same passion for good Italian food, made with high-quality and fresh ingredients to enjoy in small plates Food to share, pasta, pizza and salads.
Located in iconic places in the city centres, the Obicà restaurants are characterized by a pure, warm and inspiring design: every detail contributes to develop a convivial and contemporary environment where to share our specialties.
Good food but disappointed that they wouldn’t take my opentable cheque
Wonderful cheese and the sweetest tomatoes, paired with great bread and wine, made for a superb lunch.
The food was tasty. The vegan option was delicious but the portion was small. Compare this to the vegetarian pizza which was equally tasty and huge for the price! Although the side dish selection was very limited and basic (a garden salad or some focaccia bread) all in all for £13 (including service, but not drinks) this was excellent value for money!
Really lovely food and service
Great food. Small portion size
Fantastic Italian restaurant. The food is authentic and tasty with friendly service and a gently bustling atmosphere. Really recommend.
Great italian food. Great selection of mozzarella
Food and service very good but overall it was expensive. The seating is also a little crowded.
Totally yum! Friendly staff, would definitely go again - and recommend.
Food and atmosphere was good and great value, unfortunately service was slow, although we had a lovely waitress who was obviously stretched a bit thin!
Very good , accommodated a late arrival!
Brilliant mozzarella, fantastic pizza, great ragu, house wines, service and atmosphere. Will have to go back to eat other items on the menu.
Very slow and uninterested service. Food was good, not exceptional.
Maybe was just bad luck but more than a hour waiting for food and wrong order and then poor food...
The waitress was amazing and tried to save the situation as best as she could.
Any mozzarella lover will find his/her happiness at Obica !
Great food, service is average for London. Def would go back.
The food was great and staff were friendly but they brought everything together. They could be more professional in that way.
Nice ambience. 3/4 of people ordered pasta in which the pasta was overdone.
Amazing experience. Delicious food and the staff is absolutely lovely.
I had dinner with friends last Saturday. Menu is varied, something for everyone. Nice pizza and puddings. Wide selection of wines. The prices are medium to high but fair: Ingredients are fresh and the food is well prepared.
Service was awesome and Loredana was very accommodating. Will be back definitely!
Good vibes, pretty expensive for portion/quality. Wouldn’t recommend the pizza. Pasta dishes were very good though. Quite annoyed that although we had booked and although we made quite a bill, we got rushed out of our table within the hour. Not to be avoided but not my favourite experience in Soho either.
Excellent all round - we were attracted by the buratta menu but they have all sort of genuine Italian dishes. Tasty and good value, friendly service.
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The food is always good, but the music was way too loud. Whilst I appreciate that it was a Friday night in Soho, you are a restaurant and not a club or bar, and people what to be able to have conversation over dinner.
Food was cold. Took a long time to get service. Server Didn’t care. No interest in us. Not great food bc it was lukewarm.
Cena in due per il 31 dicembre, cibo di qualità, prodotti tipici italiani
The food was really good and also the service. Unfortunately, before booking our table we called the restaurant to make sure they had gluten free options and also if Obicà was able to make gluten free pasta and pizza, which they said the were. When arriving and ordering, the waitress told us that they’ve never served any gluten free pasta or pizza, which was a huge disappointment since we booked the restaurant in advance, only because of the gluten free options.. Though, the staff was helpful to find us other options.
It was good but rather expensive (and wines even more).
We were in the basement and it was quite noisy.
The staff are friendly.
Nice service and not rushed at all even though it was NYE
Great place lovely food
Staff very inattentive. Repeatedly ignored us while carrying on a casual conversation about 'chundering' with the customers at another table (gross). Not great value for money.
Overall an enjoyable experience. Me and my friends had a great time and enjoyed the food. Service was fair friendly and staff super helpful. Our food took longer when we thought but we made the mistake of asking for everything at the same time and for a party of 6 that’s only logical.
Very nice mozzarella
Food was really good and really quick to come out
Obica is like a hidden gem near Oxford Street. The pasta tasted fresh and the tiramisu was excellent. The food is fairly priced overall. Worth revisiting
So delicious!!! Great vibe amazing burrata, pizza and pasta
They have very nice plates but I found the prices too high in general and the portions not sufficient for grown up adult males. £6 for two slices of ham is too much and £20 for a pizza is quite blunt. I was however impressed with the tiramisu, which was delicious and I also liked the service.
Hidden prices in the menu. Ridiculous amount to pay for an average place. Don’t recommend
Great place really unassuming nut food is fabulous atmosphere is cool really love it !!!!
They serve the worst pizza ever.I don't know ,it might be someone was practicing to make pizza for the first time or ran out of ingredients. There technically were 3 small pieces of ham,2 even smaller pieces of artichoke and that's it.
Please don't call this place Italian
Obicà Mozzarella Bar - Poland Street is rated 4.3 stars by 404 OpenTable diners.
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