Rotorino is a 110 cover casual Southern Italian neighbourhood restaurant and bar on the Kingsland Rd, the heart of Dalston. Rotorino is now a firm favourite among East London restaurant goers, particularly those seeking a civilised restaurant with great food and efficient friendly service. A haven in a scene dominated by low budget pop up restaurants and flash-in-the-pan concepts.
Location is everything for Bounce Shoreditch: just 80 yards east of Old Street roundabout, the new venue houses 17 bespoke ping pong tables, as well as a beautiful private room with three tables for those who want seclusion. The venue’s cutting-edge anarchic graffiti style and plush furnishings are juxtaposed, exposing the urban heritage of the local area. It also has all the classic Bounce design elements, taken from the authentic heritage of ping pong as a high society parlour game. Throw in iridescent UV installations across the entire space and you are presented with a completely immersive design experience. Bounce […]
Palatino is named after one of the seven ancient hills of Rome – and the classic Hermann Zapf Italian typeface that has been incorporated into the restaurant’s beautiful graphic ID by renowned agency Here Design. It offers simple, elegant and tasty dishes, many of them based on chef, Stevie Parle’s own memories of obsessing over pizza bianco or revisiting classic restaurants like Piperno, on the edge of the Jewish quarter, for another taste of their artichokes served whole and crispy. Palatino’s open kitchen is designed around three core elements: a fresh pasta machine; a wood burning grill for an array […]
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