Restaurant Review: Pasta Brown
|Cheesy garlic bread starter|
I love London. I don't know whether I could live there and deal with the busy-ness everyday but I do love a good London day out.
I know that London is full of plenty of different, and probably delicious, restaurants but one little gem that I absolutely adore is Pasta Brown.
My boyfriend and I visited here on a very miserable, rainy day and at the time just jumped into the first restaurant we could find in Covent Garden, we were not disappointed.
|Luke's spaghetti polpette|
We were welcomed by the restaurant owner, who immediately took our wet coats, gave me a bag for my wet umbrella and led us to a table. The restaurant is small and cosy but was pretty busy, and after tasting the food I can see why!
We started with cheesy garlic bread, which was the perfect shared starter for lunch on a cold, rainy day and the plate was empty almost as soon as it had hit the table!
|My spaghetti carbonara|
For our main courses Luke went for spaghetti polpette, which was a combination of homemade meatballs, tomato sauce and fresh spaghetti. I was allowed to try this one and it was truly delicious, everything we had was and I would definitely recommend it all. I chose spaghetti carbonara, which I find a bit hit and miss in restaurants as it can sometimes be a bit too creamy for me but Pasta Brown got it just right and I ate every mouthful.
The portions were plentiful, the atmosphere was lovely and homely and every member of staff made us feel so welcome. I really enjoyed our meal here and I am so happy that we found this little gem in the middle of London!