Under the auspices of a family that ran La Capannina in Soho for 46 years, Casa Paolo was born out of a dream of living in the English countryside - the idea was to find an old country pub with a plot of land where they could keep chickens, a few geese and have somewhere to grow fresh produce. After an 18-month search they finally found their dream rural Wiltshire in the shape of The Foresters Arms, a country pub built in 1803 in Purton on the outskirts of Swindon. While the menu includes traditional Italian recipes, it is also constantly evolving to satisfy current tastes. All Casa Paolo’s meats are sourced from local farms; its fish arrives fresh from Cornish day boats and is fully sustainable.
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