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If u want to try a very traditional Aeolian menu , and a real GOOD cuisine go to Pane Cunzato: I found just here the REAL tastes of the Islands . Traditional and fresh products are the hard evidence of good quality. Thanks to Fabrizio...More
Recently opened, the USP is as the name says - pane cunzato. Like a pizza but with fresh uncooked toppings, this dish is a classic which has in recent years swept back across the Aolean Islands (from where the owners hail).
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I dined with my family in this small but cute Sicilian restaurant, just a few steps away from British Museum. We loved the authentic atmosphere and their menu. The Pane Cunzato and pizzas are so tasty. We will come back with friends because the quality...More
Me and my friend had lunch on Saturday and we really enjoyed from the arancini and the pane cunzato ( I am Italian and I never tried in my life and i really enjoyed) yummy.
The arancini very reach and testy and very crispy
As it was only 1 minute walk from our hotel, we chose it for dinner. It was an inspired decision although we had eaten pizza recently. We hoped to get something new in terms of taste, of recipe, of combination of flavors, anything. I had...More
Lots of different combinations and their speciality pane cunzato which are almost a cross between pizza and panini (pizza base top and bottom with filling between - we had a chicken & avacado filling). Great special, crunchy pizza with burrata, n'duja and fig confit. Also...More
We’re staying nearby for a meeting and found this. It’s small and busy, full of Italians (guests and staff) and good food. Not sure I chose that well but all was freshly cooked. Great at most here, reasonably priced for London. Will go again.
Snuggly nestled within Central London is academic and leafy Bloomsbury, an area that boasts walking distance access to many of London's most popular attractions. It is also home to some of Britain's most celebrated museums, including the must-see British Museum. Despite an understandable popularity with students, tourists and day trippers, vast sections of Bloomsbury retain a quiet, residential feel year round and