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Laminate flooring, bright white cabinets and garish plastic chandeliers give Casa di Fiori a style somewhere between the palace of a Disney Princess and an IKEA showroom. The name translates as
‘house of flowers’ and there are enough fresh bouquets to make this a no-go zone for hay-fever sufferers – although the menu promises classic Italian dishes served with a liberal dose of luxury
ingredients and lots of prettifying garnishes. Fresh, meaty lobster terrine is paired with a grapefruit salad, and there’s creamy, gooey burrata served on a lattice of pesto, though our beef fillet
topped with foie gras and wedge-thick shavings of black truffle failed to deliver anything more than moderate flavour. To finish, tiramisu strikes a homely note on a dessert menu otherwise
preoccupied with intricate pastries and platters, while the wine is patriotically tilted towards Italy.
Casa di Fiori is the new kid on the block and they pride themselves in serving authentic Italian food using seasonal produce. Sex Appeal?I have to admit that I wasn't expecting the food to be so mind blowingly good, especially at such a busy fashion event.The canapés were being churned out of the kitchen at a speedy pace and were impossibly consistent high quality and the food was always served piping hot, despite the waiters running.Why can't canapés be like THIS everywhere...
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