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Flour and Grape, Bermondsey: Top notch home-made pasta at unbeatable prices

PUBLISHED: 10:53 16 January 2018 | UPDATED: 10:53 16 January 2018

Tortelloni filled with roasted pork and sage butter at Flour and Grape

Tortelloni filled with roasted pork and sage butter at Flour and Grape

Flour and Grape

As its name suggests, Flour and Grape specialises in freshly-made pasta and wine.

The antipasti spread at Flour and GrapeThe antipasti spread at Flour and Grape

The Bermondsey restaurant has a simple – but top-notch - menu of antipasti, pastas, gelati and an extensive list of Italian reds and whites.

Things got off to a fantastic start just with the bread selection (£3) featuring warm, home made focaccia which soaked up the olive oil and balsamic vinegar we dipped it into. Fresh plump olives are just £2, and mortadella made with truffle graces the Salumi plate (£7).

Gigli pasta (£8) has a frilly texture to encompass a mellow sausage and fennel ragu, while the rich tortelloni were filled with roasted pork and sage butter (£10).

I was impressed, and so was my nine-year-old daughter evidently. “This is so good. I love it. I’ve said that a million times but who cares,” she said.

Flour and Grape in BermondseyFlour and Grape in Bermondsey

Fussy kids are catered for too, and her friend chose a simple tomato sauce with thick spaghetti – or bucatini.

Desserts didn’t fail to impress either, with a rich chocolate and hazelnut mousse, sprinkled with sea salt (£4) and a tiramisu gelato (£4).

For such high quality artisan food, the prices are unbeatable.

flourandgrape.com.

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