What’s for Lunch? Coco di Mama, Fleet Street (Londonist)

What’s for Lunch? Coco di Mama, Fleet Street
Londonist, July 12, 2011 at 11:30 am

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Since opening a few months ago, Fleet Street eatery Coco di Mama has been offering “fresh food, Italian style” at a brisk pace to a seemingly never ending queue of hungry morning and afternoon patrons. “Home made” sauces (as in made fresh daily in their downstairs kitchen), al bronzo pasta (slowly drawn through bronze dies to create tiny ridges for sauces to cling to) and an especially efficient (yet nonetheless friendly) front of store experience have added up to a successful business model for providing City workers with a tasty opportunity to dispose of their income.

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What’s for Lunch? Coco di Mama, Fleet Street

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