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One to have on your radar… A couple of weeks ago new kid on the block Pulia flung open its door in London's foodie borough, Borough. The restaurant with a deli wing serves up Italian delights, Apulian specifically – think focaccia, panzerotti, pizza rustica, parmigiana, salads, dried pastas, olive oils, wine, cheeses and cured meats, natural juices and organic smoothies...

Oozing character and charm, Pulia is kitted out with interesting, rustic Italian pieces, from white distressed chairs to glass topped tables casing a mixture of live and dried flowers underneath – and even a book on Valentino propped up on one of the shelves. Owner Georges has created a home away from home, with a friendly team of staff to boot.

This is an ideal lunch break pit stop or somewhere to head for a quick catch up with friends. Though I could have equally whiled away the afternoon happily, sipping coffee and grazing on Puglia's finest exports.

Pulia, 36 Stoney Street, London, SE1 9LB

Coat | Charity Shop Find

Jumper | The Kooples

Skirt | Anthropologie

Bag | Coach

Thank you to Pulia for a lovely lunch.

Images my own.



Covering life and style in London, reviewing dog-friendly travel 

with my miniature schnauzer Luna and interviewing influential movers and shakers. Formerly Vogue + Tatler.

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