London's pasta scene could not be hotter right now - with everywhere from no reservation spots to fine dining restaurants packing them in. We pick out the best pasta to be had in the city.
Every now and again there's a collaboration between restaurants that makes you stop in your tracks. Last week it was the bacon naan pizza from Dishoom and Pizza Pilgrims - and this week it's the turn of Patty&Bun and Padella.
They're teaming up for the mighty
After a big success with the original in Covent Garden, fresh pasta bar Bancone is growing - opening a second restaurant in Soho. Expect classic pasta dishes, a new cocktail bar and more...
This is the second of Stevie Parle's fresh pasta bars, following the original in Soho. Expect affordable fresh pasta and this time they'll also have some cheesy soft serve.
The first residency to take over the old Magpie space at 10 Heddon Street is by the former head chef of Kitty Fisher's and the owner of Smokestak. A match made in heaven? We went to find out.
Right next door to their pizza restaurant, Zia Lucia are opening Berto, a fresh pasta restaurant in Holloway. There will be affordable fresh pasta, Italian wines and more.
David Carter from Smokestake and Chris Leach of Petersham Nurseries are opening a modern Italian in the heart of Piccadilly
No more wandering around Mayfair looking for somewhere that won't break the budget to eat at - this Roman-style pasta spot is promising fresh pasta at a less punchy price.
The main restaurant at the Bulgari has been reborn as Sette. That means a brand new look, an Italian menu via New York and much-lauded pasta dishes. We popped down to try it out.
Here in London, they've worked for Kiln and Soho House, but the duo behind this new Italian hail from Naples originally.
Expect all the carbs at Pophams Bakery's new Richmond Road space - with the open kitchen turning out viennoiserie by day and pasta by night.
Two young chefs have brought their passion for pasta to East London, opening up this small plates and pasta restaurant which aims to do a few dishes very well.
Knowing how much Londoners love their pasta, we popped along to Jun Tanaka's Fitzrovian restaurant to check out his new seasonal menu.
The original Emilia's Crafted Pasta in St Katharine's Docks was among the first of the new breed of simple, fresh, well-made and affordable pasta restaurants in London. Now they're expanding with a new restaurant in Aldgate.
This popular Italian casual chain is expanding with three key openings set for the west end, riverside and Canary Wharf areas.
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