Verdi - Italian Kitchen
Open for lunch and dinner, Verdi offers delicious food, a relaxed atmosphere and warm service in a spectacular setting. It's the perfect place to wind down, laugh and eat well with friends and family over a bottle of great Italian wine and satisfyingly authentic food.
The menu features delicious stone baked pizzas, pasta and classic desserts.
Explore Verdi in our video on YouTube.
Verdi is also open to non-ticketholders - due to popularity we strongly advise that you book a table before visiting.
Location: Ground Floor (Door 12)
Opening times: Tuesdays to Sundays for lunch and dinner and two hours before any Monday show.
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Enjoy fantastic free live music on Fridays from 8:00pm played by popular jazz artists including favourites from Ronnie Scott's and the 606 Club. Live music will also be performed on Saturday and Sunday lunchtimes. Full list of music dates and performers...
BluesFest (26 - 31 October)
During the day, Verdi - Italian Kitchen is informal and relaxed, offering a full bar and take-away menu including stone baked pizza, pasta and salads. No reservation is needed and the restaurant is also open to non-ticketholders.
Live music is played throughout every afternoon and in the evening the restaurant resumes service as described at the top of this page.
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"...lathered with smoky mushrooms and a thick bed of tomato, unlike most pizzas which dare to add seafood, it excels: the king prawns are regal, packing some excellent texture."
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"Exceptional good value all round, with the majesty of the building around you."
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"On the hunt for the ultimate 'impress the parents' spot? Here it is: Verdi, at the Royal Albert Hall no less. A sight in itself, first they'll be wowed by the venue, then they'll be in awe of the menu, before they're praising the dishes." Full review...
"You process down a long pass watching the chefs chop and season, which is improv theatre in itself..." Full review...