Piero TT, Malro, Uno,… To eat Italian-style in the heart of Paris, here are the brand new restaurants to be tested urgently.
Here works Pierre Gagnaire! The chef has set up his new restaurant in the place of the old Gaya, now located a few streets away. On two levels, this cozy address offers the classics of Italian gastronomy, revisited in the sauce of the French chef and executed in the kitchen by Ivan Ferrara. Excellent service, expert advice from the sommelier, a flawless service. Don’t miss the seasonal risotto, the good burrata of course and the baba for dessert.
If you are not careful when placing your order at Malro, you could end up with the most blinged pizza in Paris. Yes, the Marin’oro IGP with tomato is domed in gold. This new table, inspired by the Mediterranean – by Denny Imbroisi (former Top Chef) and Michael Memmi – offers a menu as long as Ariana Grande’s ponytail. We especially remember the crazy pizzas (including the one with truffle!) and the delicious pasta (caccio & pepe). They serve Italian specialties with cocktails like the spritz revisited with peach liqueur. The starters are also worth a visit, especially the white tarama with ginger and lemongrass. If you are still hungry for dessert, the chocolate pie is a wise choice. The only downsides are the large space and the noise.
Why Uno? Because this Italian restaurant is in the 1st Arrondissement of Paris, between Les Halles and the Louvre. This address was created by the association between the owners of Tripletta and David Soussan (Cucuzza and Le Mercier). We come here for its well-rolled pizzas, of course, and its fresh pasta to go (the almond pesto ones!). We water it all with natural wine and finish this feast with an inverted tiramisu. You will not be disappointed! And the prices are very affordable for the neighborhood (pizza from 9 € and pasta from 12 €).
Pasta, pizza, foccacia… If you want to eat good things whose name ends with an a, you’ve come to the right place! This Italian hot spot finally arrives in Paris, in the Marais, after endless work. A terrace for sunny days and a three-story space with seven dining areas, 420 seats, a grocery store with carefully selected Italian products. It is how Eataly quickly became the headquarters of lovers of Italian gastronomy.