What they say:
Tony Conigliaro - the brains behind the ever-elusive 69 Colebrooke Row in Islington - brings an authentic slice of Italian culture to Soho for his latest venture. Bar Termini is as much about great coffee as it is about great booze, and it'll serve a cracking Italian blend from 7.30 each morning. Cheese and cured meats will be available a little later, and a collection of four signature Negronis, guest cocktails and Proseccos will warm the crowd up as the evening draws closer.
What we say:
Good things come to those who wait. We've been kept in the lurch with this one for quite some time, but as more details filter through it's hard not to get excited by the idea of Bar Termini. Conigliaro's team arrive in Soho with an awesome pedigree, and they've gone to great lengths to assure a genuine retro Italian experience is achieved. Don't think you'll have to pay over the odds either; signature Negroni's start at a very West End-friendly £6.50.