Amazing a must
Great friendly staff even made my kids smile :)
Portions were massive plenty to eat and share and great quality
I would definitely be back and highly recommend
What a lovely place! Food was great, service quick despite it being busy and the staff were lovely. Would thoroughly recommend!
Fashionable city centre Italian restaurant
Quattrozero is a stylish, modern Italian restaurant set on Queensferry Street in Edinburgh’s city centre. The restaurant is a short distance from West Princes Street Gardens and Edinburgh Castle and serves traditional Italian fare, from wood burning oven-baked pizzas (1/2 or full metres) to pastas packed full of flavour. Quattrozero is also child-friendly with highchairs available and is accessible to wheelchair users.
Relaxed dining in a comfortable atmosphere
The restaurant’s open view kitchen adds to the ambience and there is also a small seated bar area with anything from cocktails to milkshakes on offer. Chef favourites include calzone (a folded pizza base stuffed with various toppings); the house speciality tagliatelle Quattrozero (with mixed field and porcini mushrooms, homemade spicy Italian sausage, a meaty tomato ragu, and Parmesan & cream); and the pollo al prosciutto (chicken breast topped with ham, mozzarella cheese & asparagus with cream & tomato, served with garlicky green beans & roast potatoes).
Diners who have managed to save themselves for a dessert may feel spoiled for choice as Quattrozero offers the traditional tiramisu along with ice creams, sorbets and the rather retro banana split (vanilla ice cream, a whole banana, fresh double cream and chocolate flake).
City centre location, accessible transport links
Quattrozero is set on Queensferry Street in Edinburgh’s city centre and is only a 15 minute walk from both Haymarket and Waverley train stations, with Edinburgh Bus Station a 20 minute walk away. Numerous bus stops are nearby as well as many taxi ranks.