I am an absolute lover of food, and find it so easy to whip up a fantastic meal when following the gorgeous and really easy Jamie Oliver recipes. Having lived in Munich, the most northern Italian city as people say, I am not a stranger to amazing pasta, pizza and other Italian cuisine. Still, I have always wanted to give one of Jamie Oliver’s restaurants a try, and spontaneously dropped by his Italian by Covent Garden the other day.
I wasn’t entirely sure what to expect, and was so pleasantly surprised by the interior, which represents a cosy Italian taverna.
I went for mouthwatering Wild Rabbit Taglioni which consisted of slow cooked ragu with garlic and herbs, mascarpone and amalfi lemon. My lunch partner went for the amazing Black Angel Spaghetti, which are fabulous if you are a seafood lover.
For dessert I went for Jamie’s Tiramisu, which was hands down the best tiramisu I have ever tasted in my entire life. This is including all the little restaurants by Lake Garda, the cute little places in side streets in Venice and Verona and the gorgeous tavernas in Florence and Tuscany. The tiramisu layered tightly, soft and moist and sprinkled with orange peel to give it that extra little kick. If I could have, I would have ordered another ten tiramisu, and literally felt like face-planting in it. It was so good!
I have looked up the tiramisu recipe and am planning on setting some of my friends into the pure bliss ASAP