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Italian Restaurants in Soho, London

Italian restaurants in London, Soho - A look back in time

The history of Italy's influence on English cuisine dates back not just hundreds, but thousands of years - right from when the Roman emperor Claudius arrived in 43 AD. In fact, a lot of fruits and vegetables were introduced to England through the Roman influx, and pastas and raviolis were considered highly fashionable dishes in the medieval era. In modern times, the popularity of Italian restaurants in Soho, London increased over the last five decades, when fresh ingredients started becoming more easily accessible. With its adventurous crowds and steady footfall, London's Soho district welcomed Italian restaurants with open arms.

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Il Cucciolo Restaurant

Soho
Italian££££
5.4/675

Limoncello Ristorante Pizzeria

Soho
Italian££££
5.2/671

Melanie Italian Restaurant

Soho
Italian££££
4.7/622
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Al Sud Ristorante & Bar

Soho
Italian££££

Milano

Soho
Italian££££
6.0/61

Mele e Pere

Soho
Italian££££
5.0/65

Forty Dean Street

Soho
Italian££££
4.4/610

La Pastaia

Soho
Italian

Pizza Toscana

Soho
Italian

Ny Fold

Soho
Italian

Vasco & Piero'S Pavilion Restaurant

Soho
Italian

Said Dal 1923

Soho
Italian

Obica Mozzarella Bar - Poland Street

Soho
Italian

Polpetto

Soho
Italian

Soho Joe

Soho
Italian

Fratelli La Bufala

Soho
Italian

Bocca Di Lupo

Soho
Italian

Little Italy

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La Porchetta Pollo Bar

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    Authentic Italian Restaurants, over at Soho, London

    Simple, hearty flavours created using seasonal ingredients - that's what Italy's cuisine is all about - and Italian restaurants of Soho, London are offering customers just that. Though wines, herbs and pastas are easily available in the city, many chefs source speciality ingredients like seafood, regional cheeses and truffles directly from Italy. Designed to exude minimalistic elegance or rustic, Osteria-like charm, the decor of these eateries add to the ambiance, giving you the true blue 'Italiano' experience.
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    Italian at its finest in London's Soho restaurants

    While pastas, pizzas and risottos form a quintessential part of the cuisine, these London based Italian restaurants in Soho really go out of their way to make the experience more authentic. Tender Milanese veal cooked to perfection, delightful Sardinian gnocchi, and melt-in-your-mouth Tuscan osso buco are all cooked with traditional finesse. Much like in Italy, seasonal influences play a huge role at these eateries too - fresh spinach, fragrant basil and flavourful tomato-based recipes abound in summer while the woodsy taste of white Alba truffles add to the delight of autumnal dishes.
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    Coffee and desserts to end the meal

    No meal in Italy is complete without a strong shot of 'caffe' and some yummy 'dolce'. You'll find innumerable gelaterias, serving up mouth watering fruit and chocolate flavoured ice creams and homemade sorbets. For those looking for something a bit more substantial, traditional desserts like airy tiramisus, panna cottas or fried dough balls filled with chocolate and ricotta cheese are great when paired with espresso or affogato. With so many delightful Italian restaurants, right here in the heart of Soho, London, it's easy to feel like you've been transported to a quaint 'trattoria' in the countryside of Italy.