Four To Eight

The Restaurant

Welcome to Four to Eight, a contemporary Italian restaurant located in the beating heart of Covent Garden where you can enjoy amazing freshly made food accompanied by superb wines in elegant surroundings. Our dishes are the combination of the best ingredients available, simply prepared by our skilled chef team, who hail from across Italy, bringing their passion and expertise with them.

Split over two floors, the ground floor restaurant is light and airy, with floor to ceiling windows that are perfect for watching the world go by, and a central bar serves refreshing cocktails and aperitivos to diners, or anyone stopping by for a drink. Our basement area is a more intimate, relaxed affair, where you can escape the hustle of central London with a fascinating view into our open kitchen, and is the perfect place for parties and private dining.

Four to Eight is also a wine lovers’ destination. There are over 130 bins on our list to suit all pockets and occasions, 30 of which are available on our constantly rotating “by the glass” selection. Whatever mood you are feeling, we will find the perfect wine to match it.

Our front of house team is passionate about good food and drink, and they will be happy to advise you on every aspect of your visit. They will make sure that your experience at Four to Eight is one to remember for all the right reasons. Our objective is to bring true Italian food & hospitality to Covent Garden.

The People

Four to Eight is the fulfilment of the vision of the serial entrepreneur Yury Tereshchenko and a lifelong dream by Gino and Leo Zambito, two brothers born in London to Sicilian parents.

The brothers are the former owners of the sandwich shop “Franco and Gino”, which was located on the very same site of the restaurant. They have always wished to have their own restaurant in Covent Garden, where they have worked for the last 16 years and made many friends along the way.

Our Brigade of chefs hail from across Italy, bringing the knowledge and culinary traditions from their respective regions. Recipes have often been passed down through generations, and then tweaked to Four to Eight’s own modern dining style.