Italian sustainable pasta chain Miscusi picks Covent Garden for its first UK opening

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Back in Italy it's got a cult following with queues around the block at each restaurant opening. Now the Miscusi pasta chain is coming to London.

Their first UK opening will be in The Yards in Covent Garden where Arome bakery and Dishoom are. As you might expect, it's all about fresh pasta - you can either pick your own pasta and sauce combos or opt for their choices, like:

  • Carbo croccante - Spaghetti carbonara with guanciale, Pecorino and chopped pistachios
  • Cacio e pepe with a prawn tartare
  • Lentil Mezze maniche with diced tomatoes, basil and ricotta

There'll be appetisers and desserts on offer too, water fountains, and a wine list. And, if you're wanting somewhere sustainable to eat, this is going to be the second B Corp restaurant to launch in the UK. That means (we had to look it up) that it'll meet "the highest standards of verified social and environmental performance". In practice they'll be working towards being entirely plastic-free and zero waste.

The company is the brainchild of Italian foodie Alberto Cartasegna who first learnt his trade when he was a kitchen assistant in London at Belgravia’s Oliveto Pizzeria when he was 18. Now he's a Forbes Under 30 entrepreneur with 12 restaurants to his name.

miscusi covent garden


More about Miscusi

Where is it? 23 Slingsby Place, The Yards, Covent Garden, London WC2E 9AB

When? November 2021

Find out more: Visit their website or follow them on Instagram @miscusi.uk


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