By the end of our second day in London I came down with a horrible cold, complete with fever and chills, so we just hunkered down in our room. There aren't too many upsides to getting sick thousands of miles from home, in a foreign country, but Da Corradi turned out to be one of them. I'd remembered something about spaghetti bolognese (read, comfort food) in one of the reviews here and that was enough to make me want to venture out of the warmth of our room at the Park Lane Sheraton. We'd already eaten a couple other meals in Shepherd Market and really loved the area, but Da Corradi is tucked away in a little corner and very easy to miss. There's a small dining room at street level and a larger one downstairs, which we had almost to ourselves (aside from a trio of businessmen sitting on the other end). It was such a warm, friendly place. Our server, a native Italian speaker, was very sweet and attentive, and we enjoyed communicating with her. We both ended up ordering the spaghetti alla bolognese and split an order of garlic bread. The portions were very generous, but I thought what a waste this will be since my head was so stuffy I wouldn't be able to taste anything. I was pleasantly surprised. Somehow I was able to taste everything, and it was really, really delicious. My son also had a cup of hot chocolate, which he loved. It turned out to be one of the most memorable meals (and moments) of our trip. Wish I could go back again.
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