Belonging to the same family as Zafferano and Soho pizzeria Spiga, this tucked away Italian eatery is hard to find but deserves seeking out. As with ... More
Belonging to the same family as Zafferano and Soho pizzeria Spiga, this tucked away Italian eatery is hard to find but deserves seeking out. As with Spiga, the decor is downright ugly - white walls, tiled floors and volcanic rock decor - but still modern, spacious and light, and the smell of pizzas baking in the wood burning oven is simply heavenly. They also welcome children - even on weekends. Pizzas are their speciality - huge, thin-crusted and glorious - but just as highly recommended is the Potato Pancetta and Fontina Bake, the salads and the Carpaccio. The servings are also extremely large, so go easy on the breads and olive oil.
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