We all love a good bowl of scrumptious pasta here at ELVI, whether it’s comfort food after a night out or made for yourself for an indulgent night-in dinner. The only food you can be so creative about, from choosing your shape and type of pasta to the sauce and spices you want in it. And whether you are an original tomato bolognese kind of chick or a creamy tagliolini kind of gal, use our handy little guide to indulge at some of the best pasta restaurants around town


London- Vapiano with its easy going and relaxed approach to life in Great Portland St is now a chain restaurant with over 150 Vapianos in 29 countries on 4 continents. You are likely to stumble across one of their bustling restaurants on your travels. Enjoy their classic tomato pasta, an Arrabbiata for £6.95. One of ELVI’s favourite is the saucy, scampy e spinachi, a white creamy sauce pasta with king prawns, basil pesto, cherry tomatoes and spinach. All of the pasta dishes are made fresh, right in front of your eyes, so if there is anything you do not want to eat, the chef can make it according to your taste! Whether you want to sit and enjoy your pasta in the Italian aroma restaurant or you just prefer a takeaway, this gem is sure to not disappoint you. For more information, head over to the Vapiano website where you can find out a lot more: http://uk.vapiano.com/en/magazine/


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Jamie’s Italian

Ireland- Jamie’s Italian is inspired by Jamie’s passion for the Italian way of life, the love, craving and verve for food. The pasta is made fresh by hand in the restaurants every single day. The menu is rooted in authenticity, its all about fantastic, rustic dishes created using tried and tested recipes. They have a huge range of pasta dishes from penne carbonara to the wild rabbit tagliolini all ranging from £13 to £20. There’s a wide selection of desserts and drinks to make your meal worth the while. Find out more: http://www.jamieoliver.com/italian/ireland/

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Bella Italia

Bella Italia- Manchester: Bella Italia pasta starts with a quirky Italian style theme the moment you walk in, the Mediterranean design will just blow you away. It is located in a truly stunning part of the city, the Deansgate restaurant is right next to St. Anne’s square, which is just a few minutes away from The Royal Exchange Theatre and Opera House. Their piping hot bowls of pasta vary from the classics of Bolognese to the Marco Polo which is casarecci pasta tubes with sautéed shredded duck, spring onion and field mushrooms in a sweet aromatic sauce. These mouth-watering dishes vary from an average price of £10! You cannot miss out with that price. Find out more: http://www.bellaitalia.co.uk/italian-restaurant/manchester-deansgate/

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