Pasta Remoli opens at Dickens Yard
Dickens Yard is the third site for Pasta Remoli following its successes at Finsbury Park and Westfield, Stratford. The new location in Ealing offers 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 including Pasta Remoli favourites such as Simone's Signature Seafood Spaghetti, or Oxtail Agnalotti.
Steve Kirwan, Operations Director, St George West London, commented:
"Pasta Remoli is a great addition to this burgeoning lifestyle quarter, offering authentic Italian cuisine for the local neighbourhood, and we're so pleased to welcome them to Dickens Yard.
"Over the coming months, Dickens Yard will see a wide range of leisure and retail brands open, creating an exciting new destination in West London."
Simone Remoli, Founder of Pasta Remoli said:
"I am so excited about our new restaurant. Dickens Yard is such an exciting new location for us. So many shops, restaurants, bars, apartments. We're expanding into West London and I cannot wait to create a new family of regular customers there."
Dickens Yard is a thrilling new lifestyle quarter in Ealing, comprising 700 new homes and a range of lifestyle brands now open including Triyoga, Charlotte's W5, Blo Bar, GAIL's Bakery, and Benham & Reeves. A recent wave of commercial lettings set to open at Dickens Yard include Tonkotsu, Balans Soho Society, Darwin & Wallace, Gymbox, The Skinny Kitchen, Jigsaw and Content by Terence Conran.
Dickens Yard is playing a significant role in the wider regeneration of Ealing ahead of the arrival of the Elizabeth Line at Ealing Broadway station. The expanded frequency of the Elizabeth line will see commutes reduced and journeys made easier via new, high-capacity trains. The new station 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.