Apulia welcomes You in for a taste and experience of southern Italy ! We aim to give you an unforgettable feeling when you taste our food, taking you to the various regions of Puglia, have you been? If not, then its time to go there ... of course, through us! Or feel free to visit our main branch in Bari, where we have had years of experience creating wonderful dishes, which we now bring to you in London.The most important ingredients that we use in creating our dishes are actually imported directly from local producers and farmers from the Puglia region.We use very little yeast in our dough for both our homemade bread and pizzas and the proving process is a minimum of 72 hours.We, Sassa & Sons, are bringing Italian style cooking to you using our grandma’s recipes, unchanged in every way.
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Venue Details & Map
50A Long LaneThe CityLondonEC1A 9EJ
- Public transport:
- Farringdon, Underground
Went here for a work lunch, they accommodated a table of 10-ish on a Friday lunchtime quite easily and I loved the chilled Mediterranean atmosphere. We had the drink and a main for £10 lunch deal, and it was great value, the pizza was crisp and tasty. Some in our party wished that the 'drink' you got with your meal included beer as a choice - instead of wine being the only alcoholic option....more
Really good little Italian place with great pasta and even better desserts. Good service and lively atmosphere - an enjoyable evening with friends.more
Apulia is a consistently very good southern Italian restaurant overlooking Smithfield market.
The restaurant itself is an intimate and well-designed vintage space and the traditional menu has a little something for everyone. On our various visits we have sampled their pizzas (truffle pizza excellent), pastas (Paccheri e Brasciole) and salads (Insalata di polpo) which all come highly...more
Apulia is Latin for Puglia, the region of Italy where the chef/owner apparently hails from. I'm not from round these parts but we were renting a place near here for a week, and I was struck by how busy it was, day after day after day. We finally got in to try it, and it was great. Portions were a bit small in some cases (orichette and brasciole) and larger in others (risotto). Specials did...more