Our very first trattoria. No one in Paris wanted to buy this old 32-year-old Corsican restaurant because it was just a long, narrow space tucked away in the Maine d'Or corridor. But with a little imagination, we were able to discern that this undesirable space had all the charm of a typical Italian trattoria: brick walls, old stone… in fact, a super-hospitable space with a lot of sexual karma. In terms of food, this is an ode to what we love: amazing ingredients imported directly from our producers in Italy, wood-fired Neapolitan pizza made with the purest respect for tradition, fresh pasta made by hand (don't miss pasta with truffles). ) and 180 types of wines that we get directly from the winemakers themselves. Oh, and one last thing, if you order a glass of wine and get a pitcher of water, don't be alarmed: our staff is 100% Italian.
133 Rue du Faubourg Saint-Antoine, 75011 Paris, France