KILLER DISH: GLORIA
HUNTING OUT LONDON'S BEST NEW PLATES
Even if your knowledge of Italy between 1950 and 1970 doesn’t extend past Juventus full-backs and watching 11 minutes of a Fellini film, you’ll be seduced by Gloria. It captures the era’s glamour in a charmingly OTT way – frilly seats, outrageous drapes, flowers EVERYWHERE – but never irritatingly so. Our #KillerDish was the Girella Alla Cacciatora – a winding ravioli filled with polenta and placed on a bed of rabbit ragout with candied garlic and celery.
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