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Princi, Soho

March 24, 2009

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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!

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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.

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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.

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My friend ordered the strawberry millefoglie.

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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.

Princi
135 Wardour St, Soho

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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 šŸ˜€

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