A Sicilian restaurant in Soho run by Italian TV chef Enzo Oliveri.
Celebrity chef Enzo Oliveri brings his traditional Cucina Siciliana to London with authentic regional recipes such as caponata, arancini, parmigiana, anelletti alla palermitana, sfincioni and cannoli. The menu includes SlowFood products from Sicily and recipes described in 'Inspector Montalbano'.
As he always says: "Authentic Italian cuisine is regional. I was born on the beautiful island of Sicily and since I was a boy I have had a passion for food. Every family in Sicily has its own recipes for making special dishes. In our restaurant we follow our ancient cookery traditions that we have grown up with".
Tasting Sicily Enzo's Kitchen brings the best of Sicilian culture to the capital, and not only in terms of cuisine: stunning artisanal decorations from Sicily decorate the space as well as a staircase with tiles from Santo Stefano di Camastra, which recount the cultural heritage of the island.
Favourites on the Enzo’s Kitchen menu include pasta with Bronte pistachio pesto, Busiate with fresh Trapanese pesto and tempting desserts such us the Sicilian Cannoli with ricotta cheese, semifreddo alle mandorle or selection of Sicilian cheeses with handmade jam.
Tasting Sicily Enzo’s Kitchen is a 3-minute walk from Piccadilly Circus Tube Station and Leicester Square.
|Venue name:||Tasting Sicily Enzo's Kitchen|
38 Panton Street
|Opening hours:||Mon-Sat 11.30am-11.30pm; Sun & Bank Holidays 11.30am-10.30pm|
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Tasting Sicily - Enzo's Kitchen by Enzo Olivieri Chef, is the temple of the authentic and innovative Sicilian cuisine in the heart of London (close to Piccadilly). The restaurant - furnished in a elegant and sophisticated style - offers an original and generous menù à la carte of the most typical Sicilian dishes made with the high quality of the ingredients carefully selected by small local producers and assembled, by Enzo Olivieri Chef, in innovative recipes with contemporary flavor, preferring the naturalness and genuineness of raw materials of the traditional Sicilian taste.
It has a connection with SlowFood Sicilia for good, clean and fair products from Sicily.
The island has the highest number of food products in danger of disappearing: at least 40 traditional Sicilian 'presidia' are at risk. Tasting Sicily help Londoners discover them.