Top 5 London Prosecco bars

Tozi

In a similar vein to Polpo, Tozi in Victoria also shines a light on Venetian small plates, known locally as cicchetti, which are served alongside an all-Italian wine list that includes lashings of Prosecco.

On the food front you can expect the likes of smoked burrata bruschetta with basil and caponata; nduja, mozzarella and sprouting broccoli pizetta; and zucchini fritti, which can be enjoyed with classic Italian cocktails like the Bellini and Aperol Spritz.

House Prosecco cocktails include the Fizzy Garden, which blends Prosecco with lemon bitters, bergamot, aperitivo berto and Darjeeling syrup. Tozi’s twist on a Spritz features its own vermouth, Prosecco, Cynar, rosemary and a dash of ginger ale.

If you’d rather enjoy it straight up, the bar serves bottles from revered producer Ruggeri and ‘cloudy’ Prosecco from Carolina Gatti, which gets its misty appearance from the lees being left in the bottle.

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