Many people like Italian cuisine and pamper themselves with going to places where they can enjoy it. If you don`t like Italian cuisine, then you must have simply not tried pasta from the London chefs! In the capital, there are a lot of Italian restaurants and we chose five, which you should know about.
Polpo, Soho. For those who do not know, Polpo is a small network of Venetian restaurants. Venetian meatballs and brusquets are something that is definitely worth trying here.
41 Beak Street, London, W1F 9SB
Bocca Di Lupo. Bocca Di Lupo is an authentic restaurant, whose reputation speaks for itself. This institution has existed for 10 years and still remains one of the best. The restaurant specializes in regional dishes from all over Italy, as well as seasonal dishes.
12 Archer St, Soho, London W1D 7BB
Bar Remo Ristorante & Pizzeria. This establishment is cult for fans of Italian cuisine, because they have been run by the Vigal family for more than 90 years. The restaurant focuses on authentic Italian pizza and pasta.
2 Princes Street, London W1B 2LB
Rotorino. This institution has a very interesting design in the style of the 70's and is very famous in Dalston. Local chefs specialize in the cuisine and recipes of southern Italy.
434 Kingsland Rd, London E8 4AA
Burro e Salvia. Self-made pasta - every Italian restaurant can boast by this. But the chefs of Burro e Salvia are principled: according to them, only hand-making the pasta makes them confident in its quality.
52 Redchurch St, London E2 7DP