La Tagliata Italian Kitchen opens sister restaurant in Fitzrovia - with a wine bar too

La Tagliata Italian Kitchen opens sister restaurant in Soho - with a wine bar too

What: La Tagliata Wine Bar & Italian Kitchen

In a nutshell: Pastas, small plates and local Italian wines.

Summing it all up: Picking up from where Sardo left off, the La Tagliata team are moving into Grafton Way with their traditional Italian cooking, which means masses of tagliatelle, plus a wine bar where you’ll be able to get your hands on 50 different bottles.


The low-down

Spitalfield’s La Tagliata Italian Kitchen is about to get its first sister restaurant when La Tagliata Wine Bar & Italian Kitchen opens in Fitzrovia.

It’ll be setting up in the venue that used to be home to Sardo on Grafton Way, along with a new 25-seater wine bar to keep your thirst quenched with traditional Italian wines.

There’ll be a hefty menu full of classic Italian food, including small plates bucatini all’Amatriciana with cured pork cheek. There’ll also be a chance to try Arrosticini, lamb skewers that are a signature dish of the Abruzzo region, and, if our experience of the locally made ones is anything to go by, will be *the* thing to order with your glass of Pinot.

Also on the menu will be (get out your Google translate):

  • Le melanzane alla parmigiana
  • I gamberi alla Fra’Diavolo
  • Pizza ‘Nduja’ e cime di rapa

Naturally, there’ll be loads of tagliatelle for you to choose from too, including their classic Tuscan-inspired beef version, plus tuna, and chicken.Interestingly, they’ll be paying homage to the departed Sardo taking on the former restaurant’s signature dish, crab linguine.


More about La Tagliata Wine Bar & Italian Kitchen

Where is it? 45 Grafton Way, London W1T 5DQ

When does it open? 1 November 2017. 

Soft launch information: Get 50% off food from 1-5 November

Find out more: Visit their website or follow them on Twitter @TagliataLondon.