Roberto Costa

Roberto Costa
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Fish Game to open at Canary Wharf on July 10

Restaurateur Roberto Costa, founder of Macellaio restaurant group, will use British ingredients at his new London venue.

The restaurant scene in London is more vibrant and exciting than ever before – cities across the globe could do worse than taking a leaf out of the capital’s book. New restaurants are constantly opening, and many have a very ‘healthy’ approach with only seasonal, sustainable British ingredients used at a new restaurant opening in London on July 10. Fish Game is the latest addition to the restaurant group Macellaio RC, offering a changing menu of UK game and fish cooked over ash and charcoal.

Fish and Game represent the most important elements for us; sea and sky brought together by the fire in our brand-new concept,” said Roberto Costa, owner and founder of Macellaio RC.

“As an Italian restaurateur who has always been working with Italian products since the beginning of my career, since I came to the UK, I fell in love with the land, and I want to bring the best English products to my guest’s table.”

Executive Head Chef Matthew Colk (previously of Roast and The Gun Pub) will use fresh ingredients for his dishes, such as Rabbit croquettes with marjoram mayonnaise and lemon zest, Native Oysters, Crab and pork bao with curry sauce, Tigella bread with offal, rabbit, lemon and parsley gravy.

Whilst Fish Game is something of a departure from all Italian Macellaio, Roberto Costa’s ethos when it comes to cooking, of balance, simplicity, and authenticity will be core to Fish Game.

The new venue will include a tequila bar where Aperitivo will be served daily and a private room with a table for 12 people divided by a vintage cold storage door. The restaurant will be filled with vintage and reused furniture.

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