Inside Piccolino Grande, the £2m Wilmslow eatery set to transport you straight to the streets of Tuscany

Clementine Hall Clementine Hall - 1st December 2023

The highly anticipated new Piccolino Grande opened its doors this week, showcasing the very best of Italian hospitality.

The Piccolino brand is well-known for its decadent food, opulent interiors and outstanding service, and their newest venture in Wilmslow is no exception.

Following a £2m transformation, Piccolino Grande on Swan Street is a real feast for all the senses.

Elegant marble and brass interiors, a show stopping traditional copper clad pizza oven taking centre stage and a beautiful Winterised Tuscan terrace complete with terracotta flooring – this is Piccolino’s most stylish dining experience to date.

Inside the new Piccolino Grande in Wilmslow
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And it doesn’t stop at the interiors, guests at Piccolino Grande in Wilmslow can dine on an exclusive menu created especially for the restaurant.


We were lucky enough to sample dishes from their bespoke menu, and it certainly did not disappoint.

From wafer thin Carpaccio Di Salmon topped with a zingy apple salsa to perfectly pink Bistecca Alla Fiorentina (steak to you and I), this is fresh Italian cooking at its finest.


A standout dish was the Tortellini Di Manzo, an indulgent slow cooked beef shin filled pasta, tossed in savoury sage butter and topped with lashings of parmesan of course.

Paired with a glass of Italian red wine from their specialist wine cabinet, this truly was a match made in heaven.

But what sets this restaurant apart from the rest is the proper Italian hospitality, from the minute you walk through the door to the moment your last glass of wine is poured you’ll be treated to faultless service.


So if you fancy escaping the city centre for an evening to experience the Italian way of dining, then Piccolino Grande is the place for you.

Whether it be to enjoy a cocktail at their elegant bar or to enjoy a meal with friends, you can rest assured you will be welcomed with open arms. To find out more and to book your table, take a look at Piccolino’s website.

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