Frank Berni. The Welsh Italian who gave the British steak and chips with class. By The Guardian. 01.08.2000.
The Italians with gastronomic clout in Britain in the 1950s hailed not from trattorie in Soho (which was more Swiss, German and eastern European), but from the Celtic fringes. Charles Forte’s relatives were part of the Italian colonisation of Glasgow and the ice-cream trade; likewise, the Berni brothers had their roots in the Welsh valleys, where the Bracchi – a network of Italian-owned cafes – had provided meals for miners and steelworkers since Victorian times.
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