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1. La Briciola64 Rue Charlot, Paris
2. La Madonnina10 rue Marie et Louise, Paris
3. Amici Miei44, Rue Saint-Sabin, Paris
4. Come a Casa7 rue Pache, Paris
5. La Terra Madre46 rue de Menilmontant, Paris
6. Il Carpaccio - Le Royal Monceau37 Avenue Hoche, Paris
7. Guido De Luca14 Rue de Thann, Paris
8. Trattoria Pulcinella2 rue Eugène Sue, Paris
9. East Mamma133 rue du Faubourg Saint-Antoine, Paris
It's a no frills pizza joint where locals and pizza-loving tourists come together. It has some of the city’s best white pies, topped with arugula and speck ham, and the perfectly baked crust gets a chance to shine without all of that delicious yet obtrusive tomato sauce.
The pasta at this spot is definitely the star (especially their clam linguine). Expect friendly service and a welcoming atmosphere.
Get in line with the locals at this no-reservations pizzeria. Italian waiters shout to each other as they serve up authentic Italian cuisine including the Regina pizza: copious and baked to perfection with prosciutto, buffalo mozzarella, cherry tomatoes, and fresh basil leaves, it's a no brainer, but just one of many choices to consider.
This tiny Tuscan spot is home to a short menu, that changes regularly. They frequently have a form of lasagne, and that is always one of their most popular options. The seating is definitely cozy, but that's part of the charm right?
Located between the 11th and 19th arrondissement, this warm, welcoming restaurant keeps a short menu made with organic ingredients. The menu also includes specific vegan, vegetarian, and gluten-free dishes.
For over thirty years this restaurant has been serving italian from with the Le Royal Monceau hotel. The restaurant has earned a Michelin star, and Chef Roberto Rispoli serves traditional family recipes that span Italy's many different regional styles. Be sure to brace for impact when the check comes.
This family run restaurant in Monceau has a welcoming atmosphere and a menu based on the family's roots. Today, the restaurant is run by Guido De Luca and his son Romain.
This restaurant is one of four (!!!) owned by the same family from Naples, and apparently it's the favorite. Their homemade desserts will make you want to skip dinner entirely, but don't. The pastas, pizza, and antipasti is just as good.
They may have all the pizza, pasta, and salad you could want, but the show-stopper at East Mamma is definitely its bruschetta bar. Rather than just the traditional tomato, they serve variations like spicy sausage, zucchini, & onion confit and king crab with lime, fennel, apple, & cilantro.