Is it a cinema, a café, a bar or a restaurant? All of them together. The Picturehouse Central is a brand-new movie-watching experience, an oasis of tranquility amidst the Piccadilly chaos. Recalling the glamour and opulence of the original Leicester Square Trocadero in the early 1900s, Picturehouse Central is the latest addition to the Picturehouse group in the heart … More Picturehouse Central: the ultimate cinema and dining experience
Food marathons are officially a thing in Italy. Here’s what I ate during my last week of holiday in Sardinia. Pasta con le vongole A typical seaside town dish, pasta with clams, oil and garlic is filling yet delicate, the best way to start your meal. Supplì The Roman alternative to Sicily’s arancini, supplì are … More Holidays in Sardinia: what I’m eating (part 2)
Every Italian knows few things make your night like some own-brand craft beer matched with a good pizza. Add a gorgeous spot on the river, graffiti and a lively hip crowd and you have a winning team. The Crate Brewery on a Saturday night is an East London twenty-something’s dream: get in and you will feel at … More Craft beer and pizza on the canal: Crate Brewery review
Last week, the editorial team from Italian Kingdom met face-to-face for the first time. In a pang of Italian food nostalgia, we couldn’t help but choose L’Anima, one of London’s best and classiest Italian restaurants. Needless to say that it passed the Italian authenticity test. In between the City and Shoreditch and right next to The Queen … More Where do Italians in London go for a classy meal? L’Anima Café review
The famous Snatch quote: “Yes, London. You know: fish, chips, cup ‘o tea, bad food, worse weather, Mary fucking Poppins… LONDON,” couldn’t be further from the truth right now: the capital of the United Kingdom is one of the world’s greatest foodie spots. Which is why, here, Italians shouldn’t feel too homesick: read on to find … More Places where homesick Italians in London Should Eat
Taking a walk down New York’s bridges is a must-do if you like breath-taking views. My advice is: get off on the Metro’s Chambers Street stop on the J line and walk down Brooklyn Bridge.