Berberè London project
Brothers Matteo and Salvatore Aloe, Berberè’s creators, have launched a London project called Radio Alice, namedas a tribute to the city of Bologna and the radio station that symbolized1970s counterculture.
The new restaurant has been open since early December 2016 at no. 16 in Hoxton Square, London.This new London adventure grew out of an encounter with Emma King, anAustralian friend who has lived in London for several years, co-founder of Gail’s artisanalBakery and now a new local partner in the restaurant, who convinced the Aloe brothers to export their pizza to the UK. The new location occupies an old school building in Hoxton Square in the heart of Shoreditch, one of the city’s most vibrant and dynamic hubs thanks to its population of artists and air of design.
The name may be different but the quality is the same. Radio Alice’s menu features the same pizzas that have ensuredBerberè’s impressive success: a lengthy leavening period, seasonal ingredients and a crust made with live sourdough starter and semi-whole grain flours. On the drink menu aselection of organic Italian wines, including table wine from Libera Terra, while the selection of beers includes La Bassa, an exclusive product of the collaboration between the Aloe brothers and the Italian craft brewery Brew Fist,not to mention a pale ale from the Kernel Brewery in London.