Chunky slices of British sirloin steak, served on a bed of rocket, parmesan, cherry tomatoes and balsamic reduction.
La Tagliata was a very simple Italian affair.
At 29 for three courses it doesnt even have a competitive edge, which for price conscious Londoners may seem a bit of a downer.
Just south of Spitalfields Market is a cobbled maze of streets that look as though they might have sheltered Jack the Ripper.Serving only three dishes (almost in three courses I had big exceptions.In the maze of cobbled streets near Spitalfields Market, a new Tuscan 'villa' serving a simple, fuss-free menu of steak and pasta, competently realised.Go to the content, go to the footer, more.Where is Professor Plum when you need him?Good tuna starter, however the tagliatelle al Ragu were not great, too much meat and sauce to be authentic north Italian.
The pomodoro sauce on the other hand was gorgeous.
However great 3ciento chi l'ha duro la vince film completo in italiano wine and competent service.
The menu is strikingly simple, just three pasta starters and a choice of steak or vegetarian oven-baked scamorza for mains.
The original spot, started by a pair of investment bankers who decided that being investment bankers wasnt quite as delicious as theyd hoped, focuses its menu around the traditional Tuscan beef tagliata (hence the name).
Its just not indulgent or decadent enough.
A traditional Italian restaurant in Spitalfields, La Tagliata takes its name from the dish in which it specialises - thinly sliced steak on a bed of parmesan, cherry tomatoes and rocked, served with a balsamic reduction.Like Italian restaurants in Fitzrovia, eh?Whether its just my cravings drawn towards this hearty cuisine, or simply because there are so many Italian restaurants in London right now Im not entirely sure.Contact: Visit Website, call Venue, address: cani meticci cuccioli taglia media 11 Sandy's Row, london.Which is a good thing, seeing as the esteemed Spitalfields Italian restaurant now has a sister joint in Fitzrovia.It's got proper Mascarpone, a liberal dusting of cocoa and a good hit of coffee).Both dishes come well cooked with the tagliatelle al dente, and are not too large or filling, with a scattering of Parmesan on top that might be a little dainty for some tastes.Its an atmospheric place with a couple of decent pubs, thronged with summer drinkers on our evening visit, but, never a restaurant destination of great note.La Tagliata will let me in on this family recipe?We went to La Tagliata last week, we think they are opening a sister restaurant in Fitzrovia.
The wine list here is fabulous and filled with some gorgeous Italian gems from producers which you probably havent heard of, but certainly worth seeking out.
The rocket could have perhaps been a little more peppery but its subtlety was actually rather attractive.