Terra Terra

Terra Terra recently opened at 120 Finchley Road London, and is a debut to be the first of many casual dining concepts across London from The Ghost Group.

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Set across two floors, and to be enjoyed any time of the day, Terra Terra will be an experience; from baked pastries, fresh juices and espressos in the morning to late night signature cocktails, hand-cut pasta and as well as specials.

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“Inspired by the rural simplicity of Italian cooking, our offering is centred on these artisanal creations. Using the purest Italian and seasonal British produce, Terra Terra’s menu delivers progressive and simple dishes that celebrate the versatile and subtle ways the ingredients can be enjoyed.” – Terra Terra

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The menu has a choice of Chichetti, as well as a selection of small plates (the tuna crudo with smoked aubergine and stracciatella please!). There are also Terra Terra’s pizette and pasta creations. The mantra of the restaurant is simply to use the best organic produce and create original and deliciously Italian dishes – whether big or small.

‘chi-KET-tee’ as simple as that, Cicchetti meaning savoury snacks or small side dishes.

And for those on the go, you can pop in and grab a fresh detox juice, colourful salads and panino anytime throughout the day.

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Taking inspiration from the seasons and from Italian culinary traditions, Terra Terra has created a cocktail list that focuses on herbs, vinegars and spices to make a delectable menu. This includes classics like the Negroni Bianco as well as their original Signature Spritzer, a British inspired Italian aperitif.

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The Italian tones of fiddle leaf figs and terracotta certainly compliment the flavours of the menu by bringing to London the feels of simple, honest Italian living.

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Images: Jodi Hinds, Edmund Dabney