Pizza Pilgrims

{London} Pizza Pilgrims 🍕

Pizza Pilgrims is currently second (right behind Franco Manca) on my Top 5 London Pizzerias. As you can see in the photo below, we tried their Margherita Pizza 🍕 on a gloomy rainy day. We felt so much happier after eating the last bit of it!

If you are in Soho and fancy a proper Neapolitan-style pizza this is the right place for you. Highly recommended 😉

Pizza Pilgrims

Pizza Pilgrims (Soho)
11 Dean St
Mon – Sat: 11.30am – 10.30pm
Sun: 12pm – 9.30pm

Aranciata Lurisia

{London} Lurisia and Illy: a match made in heaven

If you are Italian (like me) and/or a huge fan of Lurisia (like me) you’ll be happy to know that now you can drink as much Aranciata, Gazzosa or Chinotto as you want thanks to Illy.

I went to Illy Caffè a few weeks ago, the venue itself is really nice even if their staff is like the worst on the planet (I’m sure they’ll improve it, sooner or later) but, more importantly, you can sit and sip your favourite fizzy drink 😉

Espresso: £1.80
Lurisia: £2.30

Aranciata Lurisia

Illy Caffè
295 Regent Street
Mon-Fri: 7:00 – 20:00
Sat-Sun: 9:30 – 20:00

{London} Chin Chin Labs

Best lunch ever! Burnt butter caramel icecream 🍦topped with hazelnut sand from Chin Chin Labs. £4.50 of awesomeness 😍 Can’t wait to try all the flavours.

Chin Chin Labs

Chin Chin Labs
49-50 Camden Lock Place
Open everyday 12-7

Italian food

How to Cook Italian (for Londoners)

Japanese, Thai, Indian, Chinese, French, Italian… what are you going to have for dinner today?

Well, I bet that almost everyone loves Italian food. I mean, how can’t you love it?! But Italian food it’s not only pizza, pasta or meatballs. We have tons and tons of amazing recipes.

Italian food

Sometimes I really do miss all the awesome dishes that I used to ate in my hometown, so, after moving to London I’ve decided to learn how to cook and bake all the things I love and I can’t find here (and, yes, I have to say that I’m very lucky since my fiance’ is a chef)

Here comes How to Cook Italian (for Londoners). We’ll tell you how to cook authentic Italian food at home and where to find the best ingredients. And, if you’re italian like us, you’re more than welcome! I’ve spent months before finding out where to buy the best (and affordable) burrata, so maybe we can share some tips and help each other.

Let’s start this new adventure!

(Let me know your thoughts in the comment section below!)