Inspired by his mother's cooking, Simone was eager to learn every technique and recipe he could. For four years he trained in the kitchens of the most endorsed restaurants in central Rome where he learned the ancient art of traditional Roman cuisine. In 2007 Simone moved to London, the capital of the culinary scene to further extend his knowledge. Throughout these six years he gained valuable experience during his tenure at the Roka and Robata, Barrafina, Locanda Locatelli and Bocca di Lupo. Simone was not impressed with the quality of pasta being served in even some of central London's top restaurants. This inspired his vision of one day opening a restaurant which had a unique concept of serving traditional homemade pasta dishes in a quick, reasonable and authentic way.
Driven by his dream, Simone perfected his secret recipes and started supplying top Italian restaurants all over London. One of his most loyal customers being Soho restaurant Quo Vadis; directed by Jean Philippe Patruno, the most popular Italian-French Chef in the Asian territory and previous chef at Michelin starred restaurant, 'Chez Nico'. Another huge fan was celebrity chef Aldo Zilli, connoisseur of Italian and vegetarian cuisine. Intrigued by Simone's concept and the quality of his products, Zilli asked if he would manage one of his premises in Soho. Remoli was starting to realise the potential behind his product and when he was approached by Westfield Stratford, he accepted the offer with open arms. Four years later through popular demand, Pasta Remoli opened their second store in the up and coming sought after location; Finsbury Park.