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New restaurant Margot's recipe for a stuffed baked tomato

Here's a quick and easy recipe that's perfect for sun-drenched lunches and dinners. It comes from Margot, a new Italian restaurant opening in our beloved city later this year

Get a bottle of prosecco with your meal when you dine at Bunga Bunga Covent Garden on Wednesdays and Thursdays

Enjoy a complimentary bottle of bubbly when you book dinner for four or more at Bunga Bunga Covent Garden, an incredible secret world serving an Italian sharing feast, delicious cocktails and live entertainment

Flavour of the Week: Sartoria

Savile Row's Sartoria has a sharp new look, with Francesco Mazzei heading up the kitchen – but old-school Mayfair glamour and fun is still part of its fabric

Flavour of the Week: Vico

You may not find a menu at Vico, but you will find plentiful, authentic Italian street food made with ingredients so fresh they're practically still moving

A recipe for the Big Shot Negroni from Aqua Kyoto

We know we don't have to tell you, but it's National Negroni Week this week, and to celebrate, we've got a knockout recipe for you

Planning a trip? Read Foodism's guide to things to do in Bologna

We bring you the very best things to do in Bologna, including exactly what to eat and drink in the Italian city while you're there

The Foodism guide to... the perfect wines for end of summer sipping

Wine Car Boot's Ruth Spivey on the best easy-drinking wines for those still clinging on to the last of the summer sun

Make Diana Henry's burrata with citrus, fennel and olives

This Italian-inspired burrata recipe is perfect for dinner parties. Impressive, flavoursome and simple to put together, it's a quick and easy starter that'll help free some extra time up for entertaining or cooking

Stevie Parle: My Career in Five Dishes

Ever wanted an insight into the mind of a chef? We meet Stevie Parle, one of London's most highly thought-of restaurateurs, for a crash-course in his cooking philosophy

Exploring the southern Italian tradition of eating horse meat

We visit Catania, Sicily and encounter a surprisingly delicious bit of butchery that many Brits would find troubling