Italian grill Fucina launches a weekend brunch menu in Marylebone, London

THE latest charity by Kurt Zdesar, a restauranteur that non-stop a hugely successful Chotto Matte in London’s Soho and Black Roe in Mayfair, comes Fucina, located in Marylebone. This swish organic eatery offers masterfully heart-warming Italian transport and their new brunch charity does not disappoint.

Interior of FucinaInterior of Fucina

The overwhelming undulated red-brick lined roof echoes rather effectively a interior of a pizza oven. The windows, that cuddle a dilemma of a bustling street, are deftly safeguarded from passers-by with immature hand-made bespoke potion and steel screens, affording copiousness of light and remoteness to diners fervent to suffer a resting impulse in a heart of London. A vast smorgasboard list is decoratively piled high with plates of handcrafted breads, cakes, croissants and ideally shaped custard and chocolate bombolinis (Italian doughnuts).


Spinach ricotta tortelloni in walnut sauceSpinach ricotta tortelloni in walnut sauce

The menu, designed and executed by a gifted Italian chef, Stefano Stecca, is obvious nonetheless sundry with an array of fruits, cereals and pancakes one would design to find on a brunch menu. However, a egg dishes all have a graphic Italian turn to them, such as a crispy thin-based pizzas served adult with a vast preference of Italian vegetables, cheeses or charcuterie with a choice of poached or soothing baked egg toppings. Service was fit nonetheless managed to obey a loose weekend atmosphere underneath a sharp eye of Lorrenzo, a comfortable and frolicsome building manager.


Ham, cheese and egg pizza
Ham, cheese and egg pizza

I opted for one of a 3 choices of pasta dishes on offer that was mouth-wateringly juicy – handcrafted tortelloni pressed with uninformed wilted spinach and soothing melt-in-the-mouth ricotta, all soaked in a abounding walnut cream sauce. To follow, we indulged in a bombolini that we had speckled on arrangement when we had entered a restaurant. It was light, it was soft, it was filled with a sweetest, creamiest custard that we have ever tasted – put it this way–  it was so good we took one home to bite for later.

DougnutsDougnuts aka bombolini served during brunch

Fucina’s brunch menu is accessible each Saturday and Sunday until 4pm.

by Amanda Bernstein

Fucina, 26 Paddington Street, Marylebone London W1U 5QY

For reservations: 0207 058 4444

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