Pasta Brown offers an authentic Italian cuisine with a particular focus on pizza and pasta. Two Pasta Brown restaurants can be found in Covent Garden, one on Bedford Street and the other one on Bow Street. The Bedford Pasta Brown was opened in 1979 under the name 'Cordon Brown' and was originally a sandwich bar until it became known as Pasta Brown in 1994. Five years later in 1999, the Pasta Brown restaurant on Bow Street was launched and followed the successful path of its predecessor.
The menu of the Pasta Brown restaurants is a variety of high class dishes. Whether served with meat, fish or vegetarian, all dishes are unique and delicious. Among the guest's favourites are the penne fiorentina with spinach sautéed in garlic, the pollo funghi prataioli which is a fillet of chicken with Prataioli mushrooms creamy in a creamy white wine sauce and the pizza Pasta Brown with pepperoni, bacon and mushrooms. While the wine list is not extensive, it was still carefully chosen to complement the menu and is also strong enough to stand alone.
The ambience of the Pasta Brown restaurants is warm and welcoming. Traditionally Italian, passion about food is mediated by the staff and the manager which makes the meals taste even better. The atmosphere is relaxed and informal. Guests who 'only' want to enjoy one of their excellent coffees are more than welcome and treated with the same heart and friendliness as a large group. The restaurants are both open daily from 12:00 - 24:00 hrs.
35-36 Bow Street, Covent-Garden, WC2E 7AUView Larger Map
- Moderately Priced
Best For Whom
- Families With Children
- Families With Teenagers
Best For What
- Pre Theatre