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I decided to start the year with a beautiful meal with my favourite neighbour. We went on the first Monday of the year, earlier on we had a nice cocktail over the road, at The Sanderson. We arrived at Latium quite early, in fact we were the first ones to arrive.
The deco is just okay, inoffensive, it's not going to win any interiors awards anytime soon. The table setting and the crockery were pristine and proper, the way I like it and the service was friendly and pleasant. Mauricio Morelli, the chef patron came to meet and greet us at our table, I've met him previously at their birthday party.
Mauricio suggested the menu and we were happy with his suggestions. The menu is quite extensive and everything sounded delicious.
We started with a glass of prosecco, olives, ricotta, a small dipping dish filled with the delightful Latium olive oil, and selection of Italian breads including carasau, which I love!...
Sometime ago I was invited to a networking event at Copa de Cava. It was a nice, ample bricked vaulted underground venue situated in between St Pauls and Blackfriars. I really liked the venue and thought I would love to go back and try it out. Together with my Brazilian PR friends Fabio and Gizane we went back to Copa de Cavas for a reunion and a good chinwag. We were greeted by Rocio, our friendly, sweet and well mannered waitress for the evening. Rocio suggested the dishes and we choose to have the two flights of cava.
We had two different flights of cavas, three 75ml glasses of each cava to go with an array of delectable plates of tapas...