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Including Brindisa, River Café and Claudia Roden on Italy, classic, timeless tomes that somehow give one faith for the lunch ahead.
I say astonishing because their pasta is very good. In fact, I would happily compare it to Padella, that evercrowded Borough beauty that bends an elegant knee to tagliatelle, pici and the rest. Loitered suspiciously in the queue, yes, but the smell of that slow-cooked ragu, and the sight of all those flour-dusted, handrolled noodles, was too much for my gentle disposition to bear. Back at Pasta Loco, and my first mouthful involves no pasta at all.
Instead, salt cod fritters, the size of a fork’s head, so light I fear they will float away.
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The result is a sliceable strip of aromatic fat, interspersed with a few tracings of rust-coloured meat.