Little Italy - bringing a taste of Italy to Glasgow

Photo: Little Italy.Remo Crolla's 'Little Italy' is one of the West End's most loved establishments and has to be counted among Glasgow's top Pizzerias. A great place for people watching, catching up with friends, a quick coffee, or a tasty Italian snack to eat on the premises or take away. Lots of homemade and delicious pasta, pizza, panini in an atmosphere reminiscent of Italia..

Remo Crolla has brought generations of experience to work in creating an ambiance that is friendly and relaxed, yet, always busy and interesting. On the two late opening evenings (Friday and Saturday) it is bustling with customers at 1 a.m. Early morning workers snatch an expresso to set them up for the day, shoppers enjoy a quick lunch and West Enders meet for leisurely chats. It is also great for gathering your thoughts or people watching. One of Jim's regular - haunts he can often be spotted there thinking up some new schemes.

Photo: Little Italy win sandwich challenge. We frequently arrange to meet new business associates there and more often than not bump into other regulars including the Bowes family or the Papamikials. You can pop in for a coffee and find yourself ordering some minestrone two hours later then ordering a pizza to take home. It's that kind of place.

It would be very hard to find a fault with Little Italy apart from the wonderful fare - the staff are friendly, efficient and talented. Both Paolo Tanzillo, one of Britain's top baristas, and Jamie Clark, their champion sandwich maker, have brought the establishment awards and accolades galore.

Photo: Inside Little Italy. Remo's has a genuine commitment to providing value for money and the highest quality "as good as I would have my own home". He his rightfully proud of what he has achieved at Little Italy and the crop of more recent coffee houses opening in the West End has only meant that "we are selling more coffee than ever before".

In 2006 Little Italy was redesigned to include a small seating area with tables as an alternative to the high stools. It's proving to be quite a cosy spot for meeting friends for lunch or reading your newspaper over some pizza.

You can find Little Italy at: 205 Byres Road, Telephone:0141 339 6287.
website: http://www.littleitalyglasgow.com/

Comments

I get to go to Little Italy every time I come home from the US and I do enjoy the food. I am not a regular but I have seen no problems while being in there so I have no right to say anything except the food is good and I get to meet my Cousin Norman during his lunch break in there so that's the best part :-)

Maria Peckey | Fri May 11 2007

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