Briciole ,Homer St , Marylebone , London W1
Just got back from a good lunch at this newish Italian small plate place.
The Bruschetta with grilled aubergines, olives and Burrata cheese came on two small dics of well grilled bruschetta. It was a little doughy for my taste and the aubergine was little underdone but good creamy Burrata and small dab of nice olive tapenade.
The salad with goats cheese, beetroot and walnuts came on lollo rosso and gem lettuce simply dressed. The goats cheese was very creamy and quite punchy, just as I like it. The beetroot still has a little crunch , needed more walnuts though IMHO.
The stand out was the porchetta. A few slices of thin almost translucent pork with good ribbons of fat.
This had proper porky flavour and melted in the mouth.
It's nothing revolutionary but good solid cooking and the prices are fairly reasonable.