24 Junction Rd
T: 020 72723509
WE ARE OPEN;
TUESDAY- SUNDAY 12:00 till 22:00
Our delightful garden terrace seating is subject to availability.
Habibi Shisha will re open at a later date 19 July.
All bookings will be confirmed via email, we aim to do this within working 4 hours. However some bookings may be flagged and take longer, we apologise for the delay. Bookings over 6 guests will be declined. Please see our T&C before booking. Please let us know via your reservation or call, if you need to cancel your booking, .
We look forward to welcoming you back!
Mosaic Restaurant was opened in 1998 by Signor Zucchero’s simple philosophy; “Good food, good value and good service”
A cosy ristorante & pizzeria hidden in Archway attracts many to discover its carefully selected wines and delicious food.
IL Mio Mosaic has a unique atmosphere with its backyard garden facilities.
The regulars call it “Garden Paradiso”. This al-fresco area makes eating and drinking more meaningful and different with the lush surroundings of palm trees, bamboos, and tropical plants.
There is more , you will also experience the friendliest service in Archway, while you enjoy your wine along with scrumptious dish.
The main part of the restaurant consists of exposed brickwork and wooden columns, with granite and oak laminated flooring.
The walls are painted with scenic murals.
And in our Garden you can enjoy your pizza with a glass of wine surrounded by tropical surroundings;
You would be forgiven to think you have left the hustle and bustle of busy city life.
What people are saying;
“Really tasty Italian food and a great ambiance. In the summer they have a lovely garden that they open up our back, which seems a mile away from the busy “London” on the other sides of the walls.!” – William Bateman
“Reliable non-chain Italian restaurant. Food is good and service speedy.“ – Joe Turner
“Lovely decor, a gem of an Italian restaurant hidden away near archway station. Tried the spicy gambas and ravioli starters between the four of us, warm and full of flavour ” – Nigel Niles –