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There's a focus on authenticity at this informal Italian spot in Soho. Most of that comes from the Italian flatbread that gives this place its name - each is hand-made back home in Romagna to an oh-so secret recipe. Mamma's definitely the word, then.
Breakfast (with bacon, eggs and sliced tomatoes) and 'fusion' piada (with smoked salmon, fresh goat's cheese and cucumber, for example) are served alongside traditional options such as with ham, mozzarella and rocket, or with smoked bacon, egg and 'branzi' - an Italian cheese from Bergamo.
It's not all about the flatbread though. Expect mixed salads with tomatoes, black olives, balsamic vinegar, crispy bacon and formai de mut (an Alpine cheese), soups and desserts including authentic tiramisu, zabayoune and Italian chocolate mousse with hazelnut praline. The coffee is Italian - and strong.