Here’s all your questions about Edinburgh’s top Italian restaurants – answered.
Edinburgh has become quite the little Italy, with plenty of restaurants cooking up wares worthy of whisking you straight to the Mediterranean. From pasta to seafood, here are a few that have claimed a pizza our heart:
After a long day discovering the city, there’s no better way to relax and regain your strength than with a steaming bowl of fresh pasta.
The ideal sharer, pizza remains a firm favourite in the UK. And in Edinburgh there’s a great few places to share a slice with friends on a night out. Here are some of our favourites:
No more pre-show panics. We’ve discovered a couple of Italian gems ready and waiting for you before the curtain is raised on your evening’s entertainment.
Chain restaurants are generally looked down upon by the food writing community, but I really like Zizzi. Glasgow has three Zizzi restaurants competing against the independent restaurants that are thriving in the city.
London is a diverse, multi cultural city with an abundance of excellent restaurants. We've compiled a list of the best ethnic restaurants in London and where to find them.
For a long time, your options for Italian food in London fell along two main lines. Firstly there was your friendly local high-street Italian, called something like Mamma Mia or Don Luigi’s where you could get a plate of pasta penne or lasagne, a thin crust pizza or even a commodity steak if you were (un)lucky, and eat it by the light of a candle s