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Just a stone’s throw from Borough Market is this charming, light-filled Italian specialist. Part of an international chain, it’s currently the only branch in the UK, though they’ve promised to open another soon. More of a deli than a restaurant, with shelves laden with olive oil, bread and herbs, there’s nevertheless room for around 30 people to sit down and tuck in. We recommend having a good old gander at the counters before taking your pick – the focaccia is excellent, as is the panzerotti and burrata, while homemade pasta is a sure-fire crowd-pleaser and custard pies are just the ticket to finish. Pulia pulls off being chic but affordable, and the best thing is that you can stock up and take a whole load of goodies home with you. 

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    Review of Blacklock, Soho :: Pulia, Borough Market

    I have a lot of love for Italy. Obviously it is a beautiful country, but it is the food that steals my heart. I have always dreamt of spending a summer there filled with cookery courses and a food tour from top to bottom.

    I was recently invited to another great Zomato Meetup at Pulia on Stoney Street. I always look forward to these meetups as its an evening filled with lots of food (obviously) and great people who also share my love for all the food. It’s always good to catch up with friends and new faces...
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    Passport and Toothbrush: :: Passport and Toothbrush: Review of Pulia at Borough Market

    If I had to choose between all the cuisines of the world, I would definitely go for Italian food.So when Zomato asked me to review Pulia at Borough Market, I didn't need to think twice.
    Pulia is an Italian deli with a couple of sites across Italy and it opened its first deli here in London on Stoney Street in Borough Market last February. They specialise in food from the Puglia region (hence the name) and all the ingredients and base materials are carefully selected from local producers.
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    Vi Vian :: Vi Vian39s Food Blog Pulia Borough Market

    Pulia, London Bridge – if you are still feeling the blues after your summer holidays in Italy, Pulia brings you some of the very finest local food and produce. So, maybe here at London Bridge you can feel the nostalgia from the memories of food in Italy.
    Pulia is a mini international Italian chain which has other branches in Venice, Turin, Florence and New York. The interior of Pulia is very smartly finished with bright lighting – perfect for food photography but more like it is mimicking the bright sunlight feel that one would get in Italy. One corner of the wall is modelled resembling the rustic features of...
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    The Lifestyle Diaries :: Pulia

    There are some restaurants that after you&ve tried them it&s actually criminal not to return: the food is so good, the service is top notch and it&s a fabulous setting for day or night. Pulia, an unassuming restaurant and deli just next to Borough Market, is one of these gems. I promise you, once you&ve been once you&re going to go again and again.
    The other thing I learnt that night: never trust Mhairi with a map. Ever. It led us to require a little (read large) glass of wine pre-dinner! Anyway, after our little hiccup, we stumbled into Pulia on a side street next to gorgeous Borough Market very excited for our...
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    Got To Be Gourmet :: Pulia Borough Market

    Last summer I visited a restaurant in Borough Market that has remained at the top of my ‘must return’ list (you can read my previous write-up here). But the months flew by and I realised I hadn’t been back yet when I was invited back to try out their new brunch menu. I literally couldn’t wait!
    The food and hospitality was superb during my last visit and I’m pleased to say that it was still equally great. I headed there for brunch on Sunday morning at 10am and by 1pm I eventually heaved myself up from the table, full of fantastic food. You know a brunch is pretty epic when it lasts for three hours!
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