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Bocca Di Lupo Launches Monthly ‘Takeovers’

SEEN is a big fan of Italian food and was delighted to learn that critically acclaimed Italian restaurant Bocca di Lupo has introduced a series of month-long regional ‘takeovers’. Famed for its regional Italian food, the popular trattoria will delve deeper into the varied cuisine, produce and techniques that span the country.

This month, Bocca di Lupo will overhaul its set menus to offer a variety of dishes that celebrate the region of Calabria. Dishes will include Spaghetti al Capretto with roasting juices from kid goat ribs; and Crucette, a crucifix of dried figs, baked with walnuts, cloves and cinnamon, served with fig leaf gelato.

On Sundays throughout the month, the private dining room will be opened up to all and transformed into a convivial feasting den, with the region’s tasting menu, banquet-style sharing tables, and informed guides to the food and wine of the region.

www.boccadilupo.com

Bocca di Lupo
2 Archer Street
Soho
London
W1D 7BB

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