This Marylebone restaurant is the modern Italian trattoria that you wish would open up in your neighbourhood. It’s cosy but actually kind of nice inside, which makes it perfect for group get-togethers and low-key dinners with friends. The pastas are nicely made, and we particularly like the gnocchi and rigatoni with pork ragu. Order a big glass of wine, and split a plate of burrata, and you’ll be all set.
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