Front entrance to Emilia’s on Alie Street, Aldagte.

Pasta specialists Emilia’s Pasta have launched their second site, in Aldgate! And to celebrate, Emilia’s will also be offering a whopping 50% of your total bill (4th Feb – 17th Feb).

Interiors feature a dining counter and a communcal table for larger groups.

Carrying on from the success of its older sibling in St. Katherine’s Dock, Emilia’s are offering a succinct selection of seven pasta dishes hailing from various regions in Italy.

Creamy burrata with toasted sourdough bread drizzled witholive oil.

Signature dishes include their famed 4-hour slow-cooked Bolognese with fresh béchamel, and casarecce pasta paired with walnut and chestnut mushroom sauce.

4 hour cooked bechamel bolognese with grated parmesan (papadelle).

As a recent visitor, I can confirm just how good freshly-made pasta really is. The 4 hour cooked bolognese comes naturally recommended, and when it came from my Italian waitress, I know it’s legit.

The best pasta’s in London? You decide, and with 50% off until 17th Feb 2019, now is the time to try everything!

An open kitchen to see all the clever things your chef are doing to your food to make it taste amazing.

At glance:

📍 Location: 77 Alie Street, Aldagte, London, E1 8NH
🗣 Social: Facebook, Twitter, Instagram.
💸 Price: During soft launch – £11 for 2 courses inc. service charge.
🌏 Website: https://www.emiliaspasta.com/

Written by Kritt Normsaskul

Hi, I am Kritt, reluctant adult, professional day dreamer and adventurer extraordinaire. I love getting lost in my surroundings with my camera, a good cocktail and romantic walks to the fridge. Welcome to my blog on all things, London! (well, other things too but mostly London).

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