Tucked down one of the curiously charming lanes by Liverpool Street, La Tagliata is weird blend of quirky and corporate that’s bizarrely appropriate for the heart of the city. The restaurant itself is split into a maze of different rooms, each with distinct names. Apparently it’s meant to echo the feel of an Italian villa, but really it’s to cater to big parties, since each space can be booked privately. A wall covered with string instruments dominates the main room, and gives you an idea of what to expect throughout the rest of the space. If the decor’s a bit out there, and the clientele’s as corporate as they come, the food couldn’t be simpler – and that’s a good thing. Start with a deliciously fresh pasta – you can top it off with pesto, tomato or a zesty lemon source – and then move onto the Tagliata, an Italian beef salad that is just to die for (veggies can go for baked scamorza). That’s basically all the choice there is and price depends purely on how many courses you have. Simples.
|Address:||11 Sandy's Row, E1 7HW|
|Phone:||020 7247 2818|
|Nearest Tube:||Liverpool Street|
|Need To Know:||Closed weekends; rooms available for private bookings for parties of up to ten people|
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