Trullo owners to launch pasta restaurant Padella

By Emma Eversham contact

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Tim Siadatan (left) and Jordan Frieda will open their second restaurant Padella in March
Tim Siadatan (left) and Jordan Frieda will open their second restaurant Padella in March
Trullo owners Tim Sidadatan and Jordan Frieda have secured the former Degustibus site in London's Borough Market for a new pasta restaurant. 

Padella will open in March where Sidatan and Frieda plan to serve fresh pasta with slow cooked sauces and Italian ragus. 

The menu will include Pappardelle with eight-hour beef shin ragu and Ravioli of pumpkin and marjoram with sage butter while Italian wines will be available on tap with Prosecco available by the glass. A selection of craft beers and aperitifs will also be on the menu with coffee restricted to espresso. 

Diners will be able to eat at the counter on the ground floor while the restaurant's lower ground floor will offer both counter seating and tables. 

Frieda, who opened Italian restaurant Trullo in Highbury in 2010, said Padella was born out of a desire to make handmade fresh pasta accessible to all, with dishes 'well-priced' at between £7 and £10.50.   

“Tim and I are really excited to bring the traditional techniques we use for creating delicious plates of pasta to a wider market. London already excels at pizza and now we’re excited to introduce Italy’s other peasant food, high quality hand made pasta, to Borough Market," he said. 

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