New Britalian Fusion Restaurant Coming To London

An aptly named Café Britaly is set to open its doors this spring in London's Peckham embracing the Britalian trend from a duo formerly of Bocca di Lupo.

The new eatery is the brainchild of chef Alex Purdie, former senior chef at Bocca di Lupo and more recently Bouchon Racine, and Richard Crampton-Platt, ops director for Bocca di Lupo and its sister ice-cream spot, Gelupo.

The growing Britalian trend sees classic Italian dishes created using British ingredients, brought to life in Café Britaly's own spaghetti carbonara which is made using cream before being topped with a fried egg. It's reported that the menu, yet to be fully revealed, will feature a full Britalian breakfast which includes fried pizza dough as toast and other Italian twists on the iconic British breakfast feast.

The Café Britaly Instagram posts sum up the concept perfectly prior to launch ... Café Britaly - making nonna turn in her grave since 2024.