It’s a mark of how authentic this Italian restaurant seeks to be that its name refers not to the ubiquitous spicy salami, but to the sweet peppers that flavour so much of Italian food. It’s a classy joint, with bottles of fine Italian wine lining the walls, and a VIP bar upstairs hung with red chandeliers. The food is made with authenticity and expertise, a highlight being the deliciously crispy pizzas cooked up in Peperoni’s massive wood-fired oven. There’s also a shop where as well as imported luxury ingredients – olive oil, vinegar, wine and cheese – you can pick up meals made in house, from fresh ravioli to desserts. And if you’re craving a classy late night fix, take-away pizza is available by the slice.