When I visited: July 2017
Location: London, near St Paul’s
Rating in the Michelin Guide: Not in the Guide
What to wear: Men – jeans or nice trousers and a shirt; women – jeans and a smart top or a smart dress / workwear
Ambience: Smart, classy
Course of the meal: Buffalo mozzarella with black truffle
If I could change one thing: More lively atmosphere
Obica is a tucked-away, slick and shiny restaurant near St Paul’s, serving tasty Italian dishes. It is a ‘mozzarella bar’ and its buffalo mozzarella with black truffle is definitely worth trying. The mini bruschette with anchovies, tomatoes and olives are also good for sharing, and main courses such as the trofie with pesto or fish with vegetables are well-proportioned.
In terms of drinks, I would recommend the Summer Spritz (vodka, Aperol and prosecco).