This popular Italian casual chain is expanding with three key openings set for the west end, riverside and Canary Wharf areas.
Good news for the pasta loving workers and residents of Canary Wharf - Stevie Parle's Pastaio is coming your way. The perenially popular pasta spot, which opened in Soho this time last year and has been packing them in ever since, has signed up for a long-term residency at Giant Robot.
They'll be taking over the spot previously held by Pocho in the street food trading space at Crossrail Place.
As you'd expect the menu will feature
17/10/18 - Updated with opening time and launch offer
The hugely popular Filipino fast-food chain is opening its first UK branch in London this Autumn. We look at why that's a big deal.
Their fried chicken is supposedly AMAZING
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Bancone is the latest fresh pasta bar to hit London, this time with a Giorgio Locatelli alumnus. We head along for a look.
Lina Stores have been in Soho for over 75 years - and only now have they opened a restaurant. We head down to Greek Street to see what the pasta masters are cooking up.
With a regularly changing menu of top fresh pasta dishes, Parle's Carnaby restaurant is the complete package
Updated 3/4/18 with revised opening times
Ahead of its permanent restaurant opening up in South London this summer, fresh pasta joint Fat Tony's is bringing fresh pasta to central London for two months. It'll be popping up at Tony Conigliaro's Italian Bar Termini Centrale on Duke Street.
The man behind the brand is young, self-trained chef James Young. Young has been travelling around Italy for inspiration, stopping to do a stage at
The original deli has been open for over 75 years in Soho, giving them plenty of time to get things right before opening this, their first restaurant
With the rise in popularity of fresh pasta joints like Padella, Pastaio and Flour & Grape, it's not surprising someone's cottoned on to Londoners' passion for pasta and come up with a home delivery service.
Pasta Evangelists have won the backing of food folk like Giles Coren, Prue Leith and Waitrose magazine editor William Sitwell to support their new business.
The premise is simple, but genius. Packed in the same kind of boxes they send flowers in
If you want the best egg pasta in Italy, so they say, you have to go to the Emilia Romagna region where it was created. But if you can’t *quite* justify getting on a plane yet then Hoxton Square’s new Italian Via Emilia looks like the next best thing, and in traditional Italian style, they’re keeping it ultra simple with eight pastas, one pudding and a wine list that’s short but sweet.
From the team behind Fitzrovia spot Foley's, this new restaurant on Old Street roundabout already has the buzz of a place that's been open for ages. We went to check it out.
The team behind Antico in Bermondsey have reopened as Flour & Grape, honing the menu to simple starters and top quality pastas
Pastaio is Italian for someone who makes pasta by hand - something you can expect plenty of in the latest venture by Stevie Parle (Dock Kitchen, Rotorino, Palatino, Craft) in Soho. Based on his track record, and his limitless enthusiasm for the dish, we’re expecting very good things…
Last week Hot Dinners popped into Fortnums, as you do on a Thursday night, for a pasta dinner cooked up by none other than Murano's Angela Hartnett. The object of the occasion was to launch Hartnett's new range of pastas and sauces for the Piccadilly store. And if what we had was anything to go by, you need to head down here pronto to stock up.
Hartnett has spent time training up Fortnum’s chefs to make up pastas to her own specification - everything from
There'll be just eight pastas on the menu at Flour & Grape, who aim to create a beautifully pared back selection of Italian antipasti, pasta and gelato. They promise very reasonable prices, pasta to go and a very healthy (and affordable) wine list. Colour us interested...
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