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The Guardian says: Bancone is the sort of new opening that critics face with a heavy heart. It is a long, pale room, with a counter and some booths, serving mainly pasta. Some antipasti, yes, but mainly ravioli and tagliolini. That’s the concept – as in, there isn’t one. read more
Just Opened London says: The space is bright and modern, complete with living walls and glass cabinets for dried pasta, while a bar allows you to enjoy aperiviti and cicchetti. The head chef at Bancone is Louis Korovilas, of London’s fine-dining restaurants Locanda Locatelli and Pied à Terre. read more
Olive Magazine says: The tagline for Covent Garden’s newest Italian restaurant, just minutes from Trafalgar Square, might be “pasta, prosecco, espresso” – but it’s those first little mouthfuls of arancini from the antipasti that you’ll be raving about, come home time. Created by head chef Louis Korovilas. read more
Vanity Fair says: Brushed copper, leather banquettes, marble tabletops... it’s a well-known formula but it works. For intimate encounters, choose a booth, but for anyone who enjoys the theatre of cooking and watching chefs do what they love best, a seat at the counter top is the place to be. read more

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