Source : Tatler
‘The elephant’s ear on the menu is not a real one’ says restaurant manager Francesco, with the equanimity of a Harley Street doc explaining a simple medical condition to a dim-witted patient. ‘It’s the name we give to the dish because of the shape and size of the veal.’ With its handmade Sicilian tiles and cosy-nostra feel, this year-old Notting Hill spot, growing more popular by the day, could have come straight out of downtown Palermo. The cooking identifies with Sicily and the Italian south, and the freshness of the produce is key. A winner.