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Princi, Soho

March 24, 2009


This was my dessert at Princi in Soho, London. Opened by Alan Yau (who created Wagamama, Cha Cha Moon, etc.), it’s a small Italian joint catering to businesspeople in the area who are looking for a quick lunch. The seating is canteen style: long tables with wooden benches. Look at all the delicious pastries!


The ordering system is much like a school cafeteria as well; you go up to the counters, tell them what you want, and pay at the cashier.


There’s hot food as well, which comes in generous portions. Apparently, their coffee is excellent, but I was a bit too broke to try. My lunch was a slice of courgette pizza, and the dessert (of which I cannot remember the name) was made of yoghurt, had the texture of mousse and a light, lemony scent, with a raspberry coulis on top.


My friend ordered the strawberry millefoglie.


It was excellent value for money, and relatively crowd-free at 12pm. Once the clock hits 1pm, however, you’d best be off finding a seat before you order.

135 Wardour St, Soho

2 Comments leave one →
  1. April 16, 2009 11:00 pm

    I love Princi too! Nice blog, btw!

    • Dawn permalink*
      April 17, 2009 11:06 am

      Thanks! I have to admit your blog is one of the ones I trawl for more restaurant discoveries 😀

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