Best Pasta Restaurants in London

For some, it's blood than runs through their veins; for others, it's pasta. From freshly made dishes and high-end Italian eateries to the best tagliatelle in the business, this is the page for those that consider pasta the be all and end all of any meal. Check out our recommendations for the best pasta restaurants in London and get a little macaroni down you. 

Bringing an authentic and utterly delicious taste of Italy to London, Pasta Remokli is all about fresh food. Head to Finsbury Park or Ealing Broadway to find their intimate restaurant and scrumptious plates, with a DIY ethos that let's you choose exactly what you eat.


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If you've got a craving for authentic fresh pasta, look no further. Apuia is a charming Farringdon restaurant serving traditional, home-cooked plates in a rustic setting, with cosy nooks, quirky art and a undeniably welcoming feel. 


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From fresh pasta made in house every day to mouthwatering toppings including wild boar ragu and chargrilled octopus, Maremma is a prime choice for pasta in London. Settle for nothing less than their sumptuous eats and Tuscan wines in beautiful interiors.

Gotto Trattoria

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In the heart of Hackney Wick sits Gotta Trattoria, an Italian restaurant serving up delicious dishes that blends British flavours in authentic Italian recipes. Their daily-changing menu also offers up wonderful, hand-rolled pasta as well that is well worth the trip.  

Brought to the City of London by Searcys and Anthony Demetre, Osteria is a dazzling and contemporary location for all things Italian. While their meat and fish is heralded, it's also their London pasta dishes that shine with flavour, originality and European edge.

Fucina is a stunning Italian restaurant located in Marylebone, just a stone's throw away from Baker Street Station. Crafted from the freshest ingredients, the dishes here use modern cooking techniques to put a contemporary spin on Italian classics. Expect melt-in-the-mouth ragu and moreish desserts.