Siracusa is a lovely Italian restaurant based in the heart of Brentford.
From the welcome at the door to the delicious food, you won’t be disappointed. This restaurant is one in a million!
As it says on its website: “At Siracusa Italian Kitchen we offer delicious Mediterranean cuisine in a warm, relaxed atmosphere with beautiful surroundings.
“For a continental feel, enjoy the view of Brentford Lock, where you can also dine alfresco. The perfect place to meet, celebrate, or simply unwind, whilst you delight in our mouthwatering menu.”
I have eaten at Siracusa twice and it’s slowly turning into my favourite restaurant. Both times the food has been outstanding.
On my last visit I ordered pizza garlic bread as a starter and the Linguine Frutti di Mare as a main. The food was good quality, flavoursome, and they also had good portions!
The service has been good, attentive, and welcoming both times I visited.
Siracusa is located by the canal in a newly developed part of Brentford, making it very peaceful and pretty.
In the summer you are able to enjoy a nice glass of wine or a cocktail with a wonderful view.
However, even if you visit in the winter you won’t be missing out on anything.
The restaurant interior is very sleek and modern with glass walls looking out over the Brentford canal.
So now for the most important part – the price. Siracusa is definitely good value for money and very reasonably priced.
My meal, which consisted of a starter, main, and a dessert along with two soft drinks, totalled £27.50, which I felt was not bad for such good quality food.
The food prices vary between £5 to £14 and the drinks menu is £2 for a soft drink and £6.30 for an alcoholic cocktail, which I also feel is fairly reasonable, as in other restaurants alcoholic cocktails can cost as much as £14.
If you’re feeling fancy and want to order a bottle of wine, the most expensive bottle is the Amarone Della Valpoliecella Ca’rugate for £75, and the cheapest is the Catarratto Parva Res for just £14.25.
Overall, there is nothing not to like about Siracusa, and I would definitely recommend it!
All images by Doruntina Neziri