Restaurant, Clerkenwell, London

Palatino - Men's Style Council Place

Named after the Palatine Hill, which is sandwiched between the Forum and the Circus Maximus in Rome, Palatino draws on the two great culinary traditions of the city: its fryer-happy Jewish heritage and its penchant for using every fleck of meat found on an animal. The menu then, is a delight of waistband-stretching dishes ranging from salt cod with tomato to bombolotti ragu “Marcella” and hearty (read: massive) vignarola stews. Choose between the large central table that cleaves the space or one of the sun-yellow booths at the edge of this industrial-chic restaurant in London’s design district.

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The saltimbocca with veal, prosciutto, spinach, sage and marsala is our recommendation.

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