Noci to double up with new Battersea restaurant

By James McAllister

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Neighbourhood pasta restaurant Noci to double up with new restaurant in Battersea Power Station

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Neighbourhood pasta restaurant Noci will launch its second London site next month within the newly-restored Battersea Power Station.

Noci, which translates to walnut in Italian, is owned by the Hugh Osmond-backed Various Eateries group and launched its first site in Islington early last year.

The restaurant was originally led by former Bancone head chef Louis Korovilas, but he has since left to take the role of executive chef at Phil Howard's Piccadilly pasta bar, Notto. 

In keeping with its Islington restaurant, Noci Battersea will serve small plates and pasta dishes, as well as snacks inspired by Sicilian street food and cocktails on tap. 

Small plates and snacks on the menu will include Islington-favourite saffron and ‘nduja arancini; charred octopus salad with lemon dressed potatoes; ‘nduja and ricotta; and burrata with rainbow chard, garlic, lemon and chilli.

Pasta options, meanwhile, will include brown butter cacio e pepe ziti, silk handkerchiefs served with sautéed leeks, mint, peas, walnuts and a Burford Brown egg yolk; and veal and pork genovese ragu with monk’s head cheese.

A compact dessert menu will feature Gianduja chocolate and hazelnut budino; and ricotta cheesecake, clementine jelly and dark chocolate.

Noci Battersea will open close to JKS's Arcade Food Hall​, which is also expected to launch in the coming months. 

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