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An Italian deli on Stoney Street. This is its first UK site following openings in Milan, Venice, Turin and Florence.
This Stoney Street deli-cum-café is the first UK venture from a popular Italian mini-chain - they've got branches in Venice, Turin and Florence, too. All offer an insight into the produce and food of Puglia, a famous culinary region in the south of Italy.
And this place certainly looks the part. Its sleek, contemporary design is softened by bunches of rosemary, wicker baskets and some cool little tables made from wooden palettes, covered in glass. Think Milan doing Country Living and you won't go far wrong.
There's plenty of produce available to buy, ranging from sweet pastries and tarts to various focaccia breads, pizzas and pastas from Puglia and plenty of cheese - including burrata, one of the region's most famous exports.
There's plenty of olive oil too, as well as a good selection of Puglian wine - available to drink in or buy by the bottle to take away.
36 Stoney Street, Borough Market
|Transport:||Tube: London Bridge|
|Opening hours:||Open 7am-7pm Mon-Sun.|
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