London’s Soho Italian Connection with Sicilian Chef Enzo Oliveri cooking meatballs

London’s Soho has attracted Italians for over 100 years. Originally Italian immigrants fleeing the wars around the time of Garibaldi. Joolz takes a walk with the famous Sicilian Chef Enzo Oliveri who shows him how Soho has changed over the years.. They visit Bar Italia with its Gaggia coffee machine from the 1950s and Gino’s Barbers along with I Camisa Delicatessen. Enzo buys food and teaches us how to make meatballs with penne, Al Pacino’s favourite dish, outside Enzo’s Kitchen, his restaurant in Panton Street, London.