Updated: May 19, 2020
The only reason I hardly eat Italian food is because often there is a huge focus on pasta and
pizza in restaurants – two things my belly doesn’t like.
One day in the recent past, I decided to visit Coco Di Mama. I always see branches of this
brand in Central London and so I thought to myself, “ignore the belly. Just for today.”
I purchased the Vegan Lentil Lasagne, which was packed with delicious tomatoes and
lentils. The pasta was al dente (I like). I must say, I was very impressed with this dish. The
portion size was perfect. I would have preferred a different kind of container, though. It was a bit flimsy.
Truth be told, the lentils were very ‘mince-like’. It is only when I looked at them that I
remembered, “oh yeah…lentils”. They were not too soft and not too hard. The vegan
bechamel sauce was creamy and the tomato sauce was slightly tangy but very tasty.
To follow, I treated myself to a cute little packet of Crosta & Mollica’s Multigrain Tarallini.
They really brought me back to Florence. Those crunchy, salty bites of goodness are so
moreish…I am still upset at the fact that I only bought one packet.
Coco Di Mama is definitely somewhere I will visit again. The food tasted fresh and I like the
fact that so much of the food was easily accessible and well kept.
Be happy like me! Coco Di Mama has tons of options for both meat-eaters and plant-based
Check them out here: https://www.cocodimama.co.uk/