This long-established rustic Italian deli was opened by the Fratelli Camisi back in 1929, and the old Soho stalwart is well worth a visit if only for its fresh pasta and accompanying sauces – their pesto is particularly good. But that would be to miss out on the fabulous range of cheeses: pecorino, gorgonzola (both sweet and piccante), parmesan, mozzarella, ricotta. Salume (salami, mortadella, Parma ham and so on are excellent, as are the freshly marinated olives and vegetables (artichokes, peppers, aubergines, sun-dried tomatoes, mushrooms) under oil. Risotto rices, olive oil, balsamic vinegars, breads, cakes and biscuits complete the picture. As does the range of own-label products. A real taste of Italy.