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“serious about food and you will find burrata if you ask”

La Masseria Apulian Delicatessen
Ranked #14,989 of 22,516 Restaurants in London
Cuisines: Cafe, Italian
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Dining options: Brunch, Breakfast, Lunch, Seating, Takeout
Neighborhood: Marylebone
Stockholm
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“serious about food and you will find burrata if you ask”
Reviewed April 16, 2012

small cosy deli, good coffee, hot sandwiches, salads, ham, the italian style and with a smile on their lips! Downstairs like a small shop ( in the basement ) and some place so sit there also.
They seemed really serious about mozzarella and could explain the DOP regulation in Italy, I have tried over 100 different day fresh Mozzarella di Bufala as it comes from Campania and is DOP. = coming from Campania only.

Visited April 2012
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“Puglia regional fare in the West End”
Reviewed March 30, 2011

We passed La Masseria Apulian delicatessen on the way between The Arch hotel and the underground on a cold March day. The next day we returned to re-live the warmer days of our May 2008 visit to Manfredonia and Lecce in the Apulia region, the region in the heel of the boot of Italy that provides half of Italy’s olive oil. We arrived at La Masseria intending to eat a light breakfast and sampled the small Italian pastries: the cannoncino (light pastry shell stuffed with white chocolate--the ones on the far right of the counter in the photo) and aragostina (small delicate lobster-shaped pastry shell stuffed with lemon custard--the next ones to the left in the photo). They were so tasty that we tried the croissants and found them so light and fluffy that we bought one more for take-out. Other pastries (shown in the photo) looked interesting, but breakfast turned into brunch as my wife simply had to try a salad plate with sun dried tomatoes, eggplant, artichoke hearts, and olives topped with slices of a light provolone cheese. We ate far more than we expected, and the bill for everything including take-out was Stg. 20. In the basement there is a store selling specialty imported goods and a private place to sit. We regretted that we were leaving London and could not return to enjoy the luxury of more Puglia regional fare right in the heart of the West End. It must be an ideal lunch place for hotel guests and for Oxford Street shoppers. There are tables both inside and out, the delicatessen staff are happy and delightful, and it is just a few blocks from Marble Arch.

  • Visited March 2011
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