Pasta Remoli joins Dickens Yard
Dickens Yard will be the third site for Pasta Remoli following its successes at Finsbury Park and Westfield, Stratford. The new location in Ealing will offer an array of traditional dishes inspired by cuisine in the Italian city of Rome, including homemade fresh pasta prepared every day, and authentic sauces created by founder Simone Remoli sourced directly from Italy. Pasta Remoli offers eat-in and takeaway options in a relaxed, welcoming environment. Customers can choose their pasta, choose their sauce and choose their cheese to create their own combinations, or select from a delicious menu of grills and regularly changing specials.
Craig Carson, Managing Director, St George West London said:
"Dickens Yard is one of the most exciting new destinations in West London and Pasta Remoli is a great addition to this burgeoning lifestyle quarter, offering authentic Italian cuisine to the local neighbourhood.
"Ealing is fast becoming a location of choice for brands opening in West London and, with its connectivity to central London further improved by the arrival of the Elizabeth Line in 2019, workers, residents and visitors from across the city will be able to enjoy the area's wide range of fantastic restaurants, shops and leisure activities."
Simone Remoli, Founder of Pasta Remoli said:
"We're delighted that our latest venture will be coming to Ealing. Dickens Yard offers us a fantastic opportunity to become established as a neighbourhood favourite for residents and businesses throughout Ealing, as well as serving the wider public who come along to enjoy the improved shopping and leisure facilities now available."
Pasta Remoli is the latest restaurant letting at Dickens Yard following an array of announcements including Tonkotsu, Balan's Soho Society, Gail's Bakery and Skinny Kitchen, as well as Gymbox, Kumon and Blo Bar, which are all set to open in 2018. Charlotte's W5, the renowned British restaurant, Triyoga, the yoga and Pilates studio, and local estate agents Benham & Reeves are already open and operating at Dickens Yard.
Situated in the heart of Ealing, Dickens Yard will once complete, feature 700 high quality new homes, 104,000 sq ft of retail space, and a new landscaped public square. The development forms part of a major regeneration of Ealing town centre ahead of the arrival of the Elizabeth Line in 2019. The new station at Ealing Broadway will halve journey times to central London, with travel to Bond Street in 11 minutes, Liverpool Street in 18 minutes and Canary Wharf in 25 minutes. Heathrow Airport, terminals two and three, will be just 14 minutes away via the new line.