Pasta Evangelists

Pasta That Transports You To Italy

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Throwing Shapes

Enjoy an authentic taste of Italy at Pasta Evangelists, an artisan fresh pasta bar from the team behind the UK’s number one pasta delivery service.

From Pistachio Pesto to Beef & Barolo Ragù, expect to discover a mix of Italy’s most popular pasta delicacies as well as modern tweaks on classics, like Black Truffle Mac & Cheese and cult favourite “Carbonara of Dreams”. A rotating selection of Chefs Specials will be available to choose from, developed by talented Executive Chefs Michele Rodelli, formerly of the Michelin-starred Hakkasan Group, and Danilo Cortellini, ex-Head Chef at the Italian Embassy in London. Fresh antipasti will also be on offer, including Neapolitan-style Melanzane alla Parmigiana and Burrata Pugliese.

Customers will even be able to personalise their Pasta Evangelists experience by choosing the specific pasta shape that most delights them, from thick, sumptuous pappardelle and the classic egg tagliatelle of Bologna to plant-based spaghetti alla chitarra.

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Soul Food

As well as bringing the artisanality and flavours of Italy’s fresh pasta tradition to Market Halls, Pasta Evangelists invite you to discover the irresistible stories behind their vast range of shapes and sauces. Take strozzapreti, for example, which is freshly made by Pasta Evangelists’ chefs each day using just flour and water.

The name of this amazing, plant-based shape literally translates as 'priest stranglers', harking back to the days when fat cat clergy controlled public life in the region of Emilia-Romagna, much to the chagrin of the region's people. Or ragù al cinghiale, or wild boar ragù, a classic dish of Tuscany. Simmered for several hours with plenty of aromatics, the preparation of this sauce is a labour of love; something Pasta Evangelists do with the utmost pleasure to delight customers.

Pasta is food for the soul after all, so why not enjoy the very best? Join us at Market Halls and experience the pasta renaissance for yourself.