I recently paid a visit to Gloria, the restaurant that everyone and their nan has been talking about. You know the one - it has interiors so beautiful you’ll probably cry and it has pasta served from a gigantic wheel of cheese. They won a gong in this year’s DesignMyNight Awards too, and with rumours…
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Authentic Italian cooking and Capri style by way of east London.
Look out London because Big Mamma Group has finally crossed the Channel, bringing Gloria to Shoreditch. From the brains behind Ober Mamma, Popolare and more comes Great Eastern Street's first authentic Italian trattoria, serving up freshly made pasta, homemade dishes and a warming atmosphere in swanky settings.
Interiors have been designed with the idea of 1970s Capri in mind so prepare for a slice of fashionable island life right here in the city. With space for up to 160 guests, you can choose between chowing down on hearty steaks and cacio e pepe served in cheese wheels in the main dining room or making a night of it in the 1980s-themed dining room below.
- Restaurant , Restaurant Bar , Lounge Bar
- Eating , Drinking and Eating , First Date
- Shoreditch, East London
- Happily Affordable ££
- Background Music
- No queues normally
Gloria, 54-56 Great Eastern Street, EC2A 3QR
Old Street (Tube)