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Terra Terra

Who loves Italian food?

A new all-day Italian restaurant and café with an open bakery and outdoor terrace, Terra Terra located on Finchley Road is inspired by the bustling food markets of Bologna and Florence incorporating the South and North palettes of Italy.

Quite frankly this is a restaurant where the food speaks for itself with head chef having over 27 years of experience and it shows in the quality of food. The front house manager Stefano must be commended for his most pleasant and friendly welcome and made the process of ordering super easy with his delicious recommendations of the lamb ragu with casarecce and pangrattato, crispy polenta & caponata, burrata, tuna crudo and a mouth- watering wild mushroom, taleggio & thyme pizza.

An aglio olio with pepperoncino and clams going out at the next table demonstrated the kind of hearty Italian and British seasonal produce served up with skill and effortlessness that is the chef’s passion.

Simply the best place to go for genuine, authentic Italian pizza, home-made pasta made in-house with fresh ingredients, excellent service, great atmosphere, and a delightful ambience.  Whether it be a relaxing place to have your breakfast meeting or evening cocktail – you just can’t go wrong with Terra Terra.

With an open kitchen, downstairs bar, a terrace soon to open and a chef overflowing with seasonal menu ideas, Terra Terra is on its way to become a neighbourhood regular for pit stops, long lunches and homespun Italian cocktails.

I would highly recommend this restaurant for anyone looking for the perfect Italian experience and I can’t wait to visit again!