Restaurants, Delis South Bank
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Venue says Join us for an authentic southern-Italian experience in the heart of London!

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.   


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Pulia says
Pulia is based in the centre of an established food arena, close to the Borough Market and a few steps away from London Bridge, the Tate Modern, Shakespeare's Globe and the Clink Prison Museum.

At Pulia, London Bridge you will find Italian Apulian products ranging from pizza focaccia, and panzerotti to different kinds of pasta, parmigiana and fresh salads. Our signature dessert is the famous pasticciotto - it's our take on the custard tart. All our products are made by our Italian Apulian chefs using local ingredients.

You can choose from a range of retail products, such as flavoured olive oils, a selection of red and white wines, pâtés, vegetables, tuna, pastas (orecchiette and capunti), all typical to the region. Our fresh cheeses are delivered weekly from our supplier in Andria and including mozzarellas and a special burrata. Our signature cured hams are capocollo and prosciutto di Faeto - a must for meat lovers.

Pulia derives its name and identity from the region of Puglia, or the heel of the boot in the south-east of Italy - a region best known for its rich soil, balanced Mediterranean climate and traditional cooking practices. Come and experience a slice of Italy in London.
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Venue name: Pulia
Address: 36 Stoney Street, Borough Market
Opening hours: Open 7am-7pm Mon-Sun.
Transport: Tube: London Bridge
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On first appearance of this prim and pretty place just minutes from Borough market, it looks like any other nice to do Italian restaurant. However, after a quick yet informative tour with the store manager of the in-store produce, scan of the menu and details about the decor, this place is so much more. With everything from the hand made pasta, award winning cheese (the burrata has been called the best in London by renowned chefs- and now, me!), wine from the restaurant's own vineyards in Puglia and even the furniture down to the very rope that the ceiling lights hang from, coming from the southern state. 

You can't help but feel like you're somewhere special after hearing about the passion and detail put into what can only be described as an Italian experience, minus any Godfather cliches. And of course, the food is delicious. I will definitely be returning, especially for more cheese!  

Delicious new concept in London! Everything is handmade according to traditional Apulian recipes , and the products they sell are amazing!

Its a Apulian food market where you can eat , drink and do food shopping !