Time Out says
This longstanding Bloomsbury restaurant has been around for years. It first opened back in the 1930s, and was apparently popular with the great and good of the local theatre world - including Bob Hope and Mae West, no less. Its speciality back then was traditional Sicilian cooking - a theme that continues today.
It's not just Sicilian food on the menu though. Recognisable dishes from across the boot also feature, so expect to see spaghetti carbonara, mixed shellfish risotto, vitello alla Milanese, tagliata de manzo and a chef's special of ricotta and spinach tortelloni in a mushroom, dolcelatte, cream and saffron sauce.
The drinks list also keeps things Italian. Beers include Peroni Gran Riserva, Nastro Azzurro and Peroni Red, while the wine list features bottles from Emilia Romagna, Piemonte, Tuscany, Puglia and Sicily.
35 Store Street
|Transport:||Nearest tube: Goodge Street|
|Opening hours:||Monday – Saturday: 11.30am – Midnight; Sunday: closed|
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