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If you’re in the mood for a trip to Italy and cannot afford the flight, Rucoletta offers you a ticket to ride. This Italian eatery along Foster Lane in London’s St Paul’s offers a fantastic voyage through Italian and Mediterranean cuisine. Take a seat and start your culinary journey to Naples with this family-run restaurant’s specialty dishes or the soup of the day. Follow that with a choice of several traditional Italian mains, prepared by experienced chefs. And don’t forget to sample a glass or two from Rucoletta’s well-stocked cellar.
Food was delicious and very filling. The service was very quick and efficient and the waiting staff were very friendly and the setting was very nice.
Nice food, nice staff. Would recommend a visit. Had a problem with the wine but it was changed without question. Great value on living social voucher but good value without voucher.
Located in London’s Foster Lane, just off Cheapside and close to St Paul’s Cathedral, Rucoletta is an family-run Italian restaurant offering over three decades of experience in the hospitality industry. Whet your appetite with mini pizzas topped with tomato sauce or fried calamari rings with cocktail dip, before taking a dive into classically-structured mains and delectable desserts. Situated in the heart of London, Rucoletta is something of an oasis, offering relaxed informal dining, just like you’d expect to find in Naples itself.
When it comes to pasta, Rucoletta has few rivals in central London. Linguine, scialatielli, rigatoni and a number of lesser-known pastas are served up with hearty sauces and a variety of sides. If you’re not up for pasta, this Italian restaurant down Foster Lane, within shouting distance of St Paul’s, offers incredible meat, fish, and vegetable mains as well. Rucoletta’s seafood platter is always a hit, as is the traditionally-prepared grilled lamb. A good bottle of vino bianco, rosato, or rosso completes the Rucoletta’s picture postcard of Italian cuisine.