A new Venetian-inspired restaurant is set to open in London next month, with the launch of Tozi, the first venture from former Shoreditch House chef duo Daniele Pampagnin and Maurilio Molteni.
The 15-strong all-Italian kitchen brigade will be managed day-to-day by head chef Molteni, while Pampagnin is the creative force behind the project. He was previously executive Italian brand chef at Cecconi's.
Meaning a group of friends or guys, Tozi will feature a variety of seating options including a central table for groups and an informal bar area as well as an open kitchen and charcuterie station. Interiors will feature wood, terracotta and marble.
Typical dishes at Tozi will include buffalo ricotta ravioli with black truffle, gnocchi with duck ragÁ¹, baccala "mantecato" with polenta bramata, and spaghetti allo scoglio. Cicchetti will be priced from £4, oven-cooked mains from £9 and the sharing dishes for two from £28.
By Kerstin Kuhn
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