Despite being a relatively recent opening in the London scene (2018), Farina in Notting Hill has decided not to focus on an innovative project to stand out from what was a market already full of choices. Instead, there’s almost been a return to the origins: a small place with few seats, which makes a simple, no-frills pizza. Not the most delicate dough you can taste in London, but pizza does a good job in terms of digestibility and flavors.
Even the wood oven seems to act as a sort of guarantee of authenticity, in an era in which – especially near the centre – more and more people opt for the installation of a gas oven. The pizza menu tells nothing new, opting for the addition of paid ingredients. Not the same for the appetizers, pretty original, among which a delicious baked ricotta stands out.
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