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is an Italian trattoria, café bar and deli under one roof, in the heart of Marylebone. The laid back, cosy joint is sister to fine dining restaurant Latium. We popped along on a Sunday evening to check out the dinner menu…

The first thing you notice about the menu is the prices; pizza fritta for £3, burrata for £6 and proscuitto for £5. BARGAIN! We started with the arancini balls, two small balls filled with gooey cheese and rice and the pizza fritta, two small empanada like parcels filled with cheese and tomato. For mains we went for the pasta, the rich Tagliolini served with red prawns from Sicily and cherries tomatoes and the special Ravioli filled with Parma ham and mushrooms which, if we’re honest, could of done with a little longer on the stove.


For dessert the huge portion of Tiramisu at £3 is a steal whilst a special of liquorice mousse made for a refreshing twist. Wine was picked by our waiters and there’s a lengthy selection of cracking Italian wines. A great place to go for some vino and a selection of the smaller dishes we think!

20, Homer Street, London, W1H 4NA