Cecconi’s in Bicester Village is the first Cecconi’s restaurant to open in the UK outside of London. The restaurant in Bicester Village needs no introduction, with everything on the menu made with passion and incredible ingredients.
From handmade artisanal pizzas, fresh seafood, seasonal dishes and Cicchetti, guests can enjoy an authentic Italian dining experience. Fashion and foodie lovers can enjoy Cecconi’s offerings for lunch or dinner, whether seeking respite from shopping or as a stand-alone destination.
Cecconi’s in Bicester Village operates a walk-in service. Make your way to the restaurant, where you’ll be seated as quickly as possible. We look forward to welcoming you.
Enzo Cecconi, the youngest-ever general manager of the famous Cipriani in Venice, opened Cecconi’s in London in 1978.
For the first time, Londoners were able to order fresh pasta, beef carpaccio, tiramisu, rocket, and Bellini cocktails. Enzo Cecconi believed in spectacular food and spectacular service, bringing theatre into the restaurant by finishing dishes in front of his guests’ eyes.
Cecconi’s was an overnight success and became a magnet for celebrities and royalty. But in 1999, after 21 years under the ownership of Enzo Cecconi, Cecconi’s closed. A year later, Hani Farsi took over the restaurant and refurbished it completely.
In February 2004, it reopened under joint management with Nick Jones of Soho House as a partner. In January 2005, Soho House took full ownership of Cecconi’s and now there are restaurants around the world – from Miami to Mumbai.