Discover Eataly In London

Curious to discover Eataly in London?

Eataly in London is officially open and ready to welcome you with amazing Italian food and drinks!

Eataly was founded in 2007 in Italy by Oscar Farinetti, who created a real paradise for food lovers: amazing restaurants and shops gathered in one fabulous venue to have the opportunity to eat and buy all the best sustainable Italian products.

Supported by Slow Food, around 20 years ago Farinetti started partnering with Italian companies based on important values: attention for quality, sustainability, responsability and sharing. In 2007 he opened the first Eataly in Torino and, since then, more than 20 venues all around the world.

What can you find in Eataly in London?

Just outside Liverpool Street Station, Eataly offers delicious Italian food: restaurants, bars and counters where you can have lunch and dinner, an Italian style aperitivo or just a quick coffee. And the Aperol Spritzeria will amaze you with great Spritz and some seasonal food to share with your friends: such a cool place to chill out!

So no matter how much time you have, you can enjoy terrific food immersing yourself in the authentic Italian atmosphere.

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Then you can spend some time shopping!

The products you find in Eataly are top quality: the market is stunning, with a huge assortment of Italian wines, fantastic cheese, extra virgin olive oil, cured meat, sweets and much more. You can also find fresh fish, meat and fruit and veg by Natoora. Definitely among the best Italian markets in London!

And the shop online is coming soon, so you will be able to buy your favourite ingredients and receive them at home!

Why don’t you join a cooking class or event?

Eataly organises many different events, such as cooking classes for adults and children: you can learn how to make some popular Italian dishes, pizza, handmade pasta and much more! On top of that, you can go for a tasting or a special event that you can find in the dedicated page.

Ready to discover the Eataly world?

 

 

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