The Guardian says: This isn’t hip London restaurant food so much as the cooking of Italian homes, of nonne, of hours spent companionably cranking out pasta in domestic kitchens. It would bring a tear to the proverbial glass eye. Everything is delivered with grace and generosity read more
1 Dish 4 The Road: Campania & Jones is exceedingly homely. It’s in the architecture: rustic, inviting and snug. There’s a conservatory at the back, and a stable window on the side. In fact, back in the day, it used to be a dairy, a home for cows.
But its homeliness is more than its brickwork and history. A warm welcome greets you as you step through the front door. Which will probably be ‘Ciao!’ since this place is run by a convivial Italian family – ‘family’ being pure fantasy, since the staff are presumably not even related. Still, it all feels like walking into someone’s home. read more
Rebecca Hope says: This is a post I have been meaning to write since I launched this blog but also one I am a little reluctant to share. Purely because it is my favourite little restaurant and I like that it is still a bit of a hidden gem.
The interior reminds me of the rustic italian countryside, with brick walls, simple wooden furniture and fresh flowers. During the evening, candles are lit and is a perfect spot for a date! Also the back room can be hired out for larger parties (definitely on my list of things to do!). The atmosphere is really what makes this place such a gem. read more