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Britta Jaschinski

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Venue details

  • Address:

    Trullo 300-302 St Paul's Road
    N1 2LH

  • Venue phone:

    020 7226 2733

  • Venue website:

  • Opening hours:

    Lunch served 12.30-2.45pm daily. Dinner served 6.30-10.15pm Mon-Sat

  • Transport:

    Tube: Highbury & Islington tube/rail

  • Price:

    Main courses £13.50-£30. Set lunch £12 2 courses; (Sun) 4 courses £30

  • Map

    1. Trullo

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  • 1 star:2
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Rosalba N

Why calling the restaurant Trullo if there are no connection with Puglia? Not even the Extra Virgin Olive Oil! The menu is from north of Italy!!!! I'm sure food is great but the name is misleading for people who have been to puglia and hope to find genuine pugliese food!


I went to Trullo for a casual lunch with my partner. I was really pleased with the raw cauliflower antipasti and the pasta, which was tasty and so authentic to me. I am italian by the way, and was very surprised by this place. Will go back. 


Love this place. Friendly service and excellent food. Highly recommended local restaurant.


I have been thoroughly impressed in my visits to Trullo. The food is adventuresome without being needlessly difficult, and quite simply tastes very good. I have had less luck with some of their fixed menus, but when I have eaten here a la carte it has always been exceptional.

Patricia, Islington

I had looked forward to visiting Trullo (18th October) after reading the positive early reviews. But was disappointed. The special of Figs and Mozzarella was underwhelming, small portion of figs overpowered by a large lump of cold mozzarella and slice of bruschetta. The main course I chose was plaice, white beans and roasted pepper. Plaice was fine if simply cooked. The beans were in a lot of juice which renders the fish soggy.Roasted pepper really lacked any finesse. Composition as well as presentation in both courses lacked any sophistication. By this time I had lost heart and didn't try any of the deserts. Other problems - the wine in the carafe was not chilled enough and the waitress cleared glasses, plates, bread the second they were finished. In fact in the end took the wine away before it was finished! We were well within our time slot so the effect of this was to make us feel rushed. So sorry would not recommend Trullo to friends.

Frank Lamm

Yeah! Trullo rocks! ....just had the best Tapas dinner ever (at least in this neighbourhood) in their basement and now i keep on dreaming bout going back! A feast for our tastebuds and very nice Staff that helped keep on ordering and stuffing our faces! cheers!