New Opening: Radio Alice

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No it’s not a radio station, Radio Alice is a new restaurant from brothers Salvatore and Matteo Aloe, who own the successful Berbere pizzerias in Italy; and their friend Emma King (co-founder of Gail’s Bakery)…

What to Expect

Radio Alice is named after the pirate radio station that soundtracked Bologna’s counterculture of the 1970’s. Expect pizzas made from traditional organic ingredients alongside a short menu of piccoli and house made dolci.

What to Eat

The pizzas will use mother yeast and ancient stoneground flour, with the base cooked first then cut into eight pieces and topped with organic seasonal ingredients such as gorgonzola, speck, honey fiordilatte, anchovies, red onion, lemon zest and tomato added afterwards.

What to Drink

To help wash it down the brothers have a selection of their favourite Italian organic wines, including a bag and box wine from Libera Terra, a co-operative set up on land liberated from mafia control. If beer’s more your tipple, then it’s worth raising a glass or two of La Bassa, the brothers’ bespoke collaboration with Brew Fist in Italy, or there’s a pale ale from London’s Kernel Brewery, to keep it local.

Don’t miss

Feast on chocolate gelato with a liquorice brioche; cucumber, lemon and mint sorbet with a dash of gin.

Radio Alice | 16 Hoxton Square, N1 6NT | Opening December

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