London (Giulia Faloia) – Morganti Caffè Bar and patisserie A. Tornatora are now offering a piece of Italy in the center of London.

You can sit in the middle of Tottenham Court Road and taste the flavors of Rome thanks to coffee,  cornetti, snack on tramezzini, drink aperitivo, feast on gelato and dine on home-made food.

You can find the fragrance of the Italian bakery at 187 Tottenham Court Road, Fitzrovia, W1T 7PQ, getting the opportunity to try the Italian cornetto, that is a croissant very light and crumbly and made with very little sugar.

The opening in London is just the beginning of an international expansion programme and it keeps on increasing the reputation of an historical brand.

In fact Morganti Caffé Bar was founded in Rome in 1890 and it has been hosting very famous consumers during the years. The Vatican for example – in particular Pope John Paul II – is one of Morganti’s greatest fan.

The family patisserie and bakery A. Tornatora is an historical brand too and it offers the very best in sweet and savoury artisanal gastronomy and home-made gelato of the highest quality.

Everything is handmade daily, using fresh, quality ingredients with the artisanal touch. Quality creations, including gluten-free, include mignons, classic pastries, cakes, ice-cream cakes, and custom made cakes. The deli counter offers light, tasty dishes, carpaccio, seafood and spelt salads, seasonal salads, savoury croissants, mini pizza and much more.  Ice creams are a feature, strictly home-made, with seasonal fruit and wholesome, high quality ingredients. 

Coffe and cakes in the centre of London that bring you on the shores of the Tiber. Everything you can ask for whether you prefer the Italian or the English taste.

Morganti Caffè Bar loves the planet too. With the motto ‘greener every day’, they have been recycling everyday waste since 1985, they use roasting equipment which uses less fuel thus producing less emission and their coffee machines use less than half the energy than other machines.

You can have the opportunity to taste their creations at any time, since the Caffè is open seven days a week from 7 am to 10 pm for coffee, breakfast, brunch, express lunch and supper, including takeaway service. 

The lovers of the happy hour will be happy to try the Aperitivo Italiano, served every day from 6 pm for a fixed price of £9.50, to include a choice of Aperol Spritz, a glass of prosecco, a glass or wine or beer, with a generous selection of bite-size deli foods, prepared daily.

The very best choice for every kind of palate, try to believe.