Italian restaurant and wine bar C'Alice to open in Fulham

18 April 2016 by
Italian restaurant and wine bar C'Alice to open in Fulham

C'Alice, an Italian restaurant and wine bar, run by husband-and-wife team Giovanni Di Stefano and Alice Ravelli, will open on Munster Road in Fulham, south London next month.

The 40-cover restaurant, pronounced kah-lee-che, will serve dishes inspired by both the north and south of Italy.

Chef Carla Murgioni will run the kitchen and has designed a menu to include Italian specialities such as capesante al pompelo (pan-fried scallops in grapefruit juice), risotto de giorno (risotto of the day) and salmone special dello chef in crosta di papavero (chef's special poppy seed roasted salmon served in a sweet beetroot purée with sautéed asparagus).

There will also be a selection of desserts such as homemade tiramisu and a variety of Italian ice-creams.

Wines will be served by both the glass and bottle and a series of wine tasting evenings will be introduced in the coming months.

Ravelli, who has a background in fashion design, has worked alongside architect Maurizio Balistreri on the design of the restaurant.

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