Dieci Restaurant at No. Ten Manchester Street Hotel
Nice food - the bar menu of starters is about right for lunch but the place was deserted. Maybe some music to liven it up. And it would be nice to taste the wine first . The waitress poured 2 glasses then scarpered pronto. The Pinot was really nice - no need to pour it then head for the hills.
Excellent service and very good food but the best part is coffee and a cigar! Unbeatable. Relaxing and an excellent selection of cigars. Good value.
Good and plentiful food. Nice and quiet. Good attentive service. An enjoyable evening. Thank you.
Good food , friendly service . We were looked after by the maitre d on entering the establishment . Wanted something off the menu , they obliged us. Very kind of them . Look forward to many visits .
The service was brilliant.
Food was very average and uninspiring. Choice was limited as menu of the day. Ambience very modern but was a bit depressing and gave an almost sinister appearance.
Welcomed into a atmospheric dining area beautifully laid out for us .Food was a lovely selection of Italian classics ..delicious and the 30£ 3 course with wine was great value !
Service was slick and attentive ..but not rushed..a memorable evening and a great treat to share with friends .
arrived for lunch, to find it half full of hotel guests having late breakfast and business men using tables as a portable office, dull decor and very poor food choice
We enjoyed our evening at Deici, all aspects were good, but not outstanding.
Excellent service and value for afternoon tea.
Disappointed the restaurant didn't have the afternoon tea available as we didn't book direct and through open table. They thought we were coming for lunch not afternoon tea and therefore didn't seem prepared. However, they pulled it out the bag and managed to get all the items (somehow). Fantastic service and a chilled atmosphere. Good value and refilled all items at no extra cost - literally ate until we were stuffed!
Would go back.
Cigar terrace was a nice added touch.
My friend and I went for the pre-theatre menu and had enough choices.
Menu was interesting and the staff were friendly, helpful and knowledgeable.
I would recommend it
After walking around Marlybone my friend and I were in need of a fancy lunch venue to reward ourselves after a long walk. This was a great venue, food was very good and service was excellent.
Food was absolutely lovely. Well cooked. I could tell a lot of skill and tlc went into the preparation of the meal. Lovely setting. Well suited if you're fed up of loud bustling restaurants and want a nice relaxed atmosphere.
I had heard nice things about this Italian Restaurant and was looking forward to a good dining experience. The room has little character and a stream of people kept coming through to visit a cigar Bar outside at the back of the Hotel. The previously advertised Set Menu was not available and although the a la carte had good selections it would have been nice to see the alternative menu. Vastly overpriced with small portions the food was dull to say the least. No bottle of wine available under £30, a double expresso at £4.50 and charmless service all added up to a very disappointing evening..especially at £149 for two! No wonder we were the only people in the Restaurant from 7.30pm until 10 pm on a Saturday night!! Never again.
Dieci was perfect for a late Saturday lunch on one of the hottest days in London. Light, airy and well air-conditioned dining rooms. Service was friendly and information. We had the special meal deal and were nicely surprised that portions were as generous as the full menu. Starters of ravioli mozzarella and calamaretti fritti were delicious with plenty of flavour and you can taste the freshness of the baby squid. Mains of roast chicken and octopus salad with salty ricotta were the star of the meal. Chicken was tender and the octopus just melted in your mouth. Dessert of crepe with coconut ice-cream was rich yet light. Thank you Dieci for the lovely meal at such an amazing price!
Very warm and welcoming and great food although drinks are a tad too pricey as paid £750 for glass of house wine (Pinot)
4 of us were there, all from different countries (French,Polish,Chinese,Austrian) but all great food amateurs, from cocktails to wine and starters to desserts , it has been a festival of flavours, an orgasmic firework in the mouth, if you allow me the expression :)
The head chef Cristian is amazingly friendly and care of origins of his products to the final destination, ur plate.
Italian cuisine revisited or shall i say refined to the top ;)
dishes we tried were carpaccio of red tailed prawns, tartare, minestrone, rizzoto, lamb,… tiramisu and other sweets….
difficult to choose the most devine ! happy faces and fully satisfied stomach all the way back home and still waking up day after :)
A most recommanded !
Great ambiance, food, service and location. The only negative is the lingering aroma of cigar smoke that leaks from the cigar room. It wasn't offensive but I could have done without the aroma every time the door opened. All in all, a very pleasant experience.
We went to 10 Manchester St, for cocktails, cigars and evening meal, the cocktails and cigars on the terrace we fantastic, but the evening meal was a big disappointment, my partners risotto was so salty it was un eatable and I had a cheeseboard at the end which was an absolute disgrace, 1 piece of toasted walnut bread, and 4 slithers of 2 kinds of cheese.
So as you can imagine, I won't be returning to 10 Manchester St
As we were in-house guests we were entitled to 20% off our food bill. The restaurant is small but very cosy and intimate. The food is good as with the service. We adjourned to the relaxing cigar room for after dinner drinks and some more chill out sounds. A very good evening!
We went on a Friday night and were surprised to find that the restaurant was empty. There were guests on one table, who left soon after we arrived, which meant having conversation was very awkard, as we spoke in very hashed voices due to the quietness. The advertised special was not really a special at all, when you added up the actual cost of the dishes, it added up to the price of the voucher. The waitress showed us the set menu and advised that the price was £30 each, as shown, but with the toptable booking we would be paying only £29.50 each. My first starter of tuna was very small, followed by the vegetarian pasta dish, which was ok. On the plus side, the service was very attentive and polite. The restaurant itself was nice.
Dieci Restaurant at No. Ten Manchester Street Hotel is rated 3.7 stars by 21 OpenTable diners.
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