That bear’s repeating.
La Tagliata? That bears repeating too. Which is a good thing, seeing as the esteemed Spitalfields Italian restaurant now has a sister joint in Fitzrovia.
The original spot, started by a pair of investment bankers who decided that being investment bankers wasn’t quite as delicious as they’d hoped, focuses its menu around the traditional Tuscan beef tagliata (hence the name).
The venue (taking up the space left behind by the highly regarded Sardo) is split into a wine bar and a restaurants, with the former stocking around 50 Italian wines (from both the big-name vineyards and some small-name vineyards). There’s be a menu of small plates & pasta to soak it all up, with dishes including Bucatini all’Amatriciana (tube pasta with cured pork cheek and pecorino). Happily, the restaurant also follows the original’s love of beef, with sirloin cooked & sliced on a bed of rocket with cherry tomatoes and balsamic glaze – but there’s also a little more seafood on offer, including include La Tagliata’s take on Sardo’s mainstay, crab linguine.
Because that bears repeating, too.
NOTE: La Tagliata Fitzrovia is open for lunch and dinner on weekdays, plus Saturday dinner. You can check out the website, and book a table right HERE.
La Tagliata | 45 Grafton Street, W1T 5DQ
Like Italian restaurants in Fitzrovia, eh? Then check out The Salt Yard.