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Expect Baroque-style decorations, elegant opera numbers and incomparable Italian Cuisine. Dine on foie gras, Rack of Lamb, Beef Filet, risotto with prawns and various other exotic dishes as you take in the old opera costumes and posters on the walls of this restaurant. An ultimate destination with top-class food and extravagant live music experience. it is open for dinner from 7:30p onwards. Book ahead for a table and get ready to be charmed by the venue.
A typical Italian Taverna, cozy and friendly ambiance, perhaps the best Italian food of Paris without doubt, it serves dishes of the highest quality and freshness. Home-made pastas and entrees are available here, apart from the Italian hors d'œuvres. Excellent choice of wines both Italian and French. One can expect a professional and efficient service by Italian staff. Some of the note-worthy dishes include beef in balsamic vinaigrette, tuna carpaccio and panna cotta with fruits and berries.
Prepare for an amazing Italian experience at Mori, bringing you the flavors and aromas from Venice. The menu has been carefully crafted with Venetian favorites and does not disappoint. The interiors have a certain opulence about them that brings an elegant touch to the restaurant. You can also sit out at the sidewalk tables for a slightly casual experience. The perfectly executed favorites and a superb wine list make Mori one of the city's favorite Italian restaurants.
One of the most recommended restaurants in the city, Da Mimmo is a rare gem serving Italian preparations with perfection. Choose from a wide range of dishes including Saltimbocca, Fiorentina, Bocconcino and Pappardelle al Coniglio. Complete with the impeccable desserts like the Limoncello Sorbet, Tiramisu and the Gelati, the menu is well-loved by the diners who throng this place often. The service personnel are attractive and are dedicated to provide an exemplary service. Dine here to discover the magic of their cooking for yourself.
For true Tuscan cuisine and Italian wines, there might be a few that can rival I Golosi in Paris. This unassuming place is not your fancy Italian restaurant that will make a dent in your pocket, but a friendly trattoria tucked away in the Passage Verdeau. This two levels establishment has an old worldly charm to it, while the ground floor is an Italian deli selling pastas, oils and Italian cooking goods, it is the small room upstairs that dishes out fabulous food that will leave you and your wallet very happy. Using only the freshest of ingredients available, the menu changes weekly and you can also find creative, well thought dishes such as octopus salad with beets, thyme and lemon veal shanks, and risotto primavera. And the tiramisu is just divine. Their wine bar has over 500 Italian wines and is simply irresistible. It is indeed a little haven for Italian food lovers and oenophiles.
Al Dente is a popular Italian restaurant located in the 7th Arrondissement of Paris. Elegantly designed to meet comforts of the guests, it blends the Parisian style and the Italian humor. People usually swear by their Orecchiette and tiramisu which are truly scrumptious. Al Dente, though a little expensive, satisfies most cynics, thanks to the delightful staff and delicious food.
An elegant decor and inviting ambiance welcomes you as you enter L'Assaggio, the charming Italian restaurant of the grand Starhotels Castille Paris. Snuggled in the hotel's stately courtyard, the restaurant offers a taste of Italy featuring all the Italian regions. Excellent pasta platters featuring ingredients from the land and sea rule the roost while their other Italian dishes are equally noteworthy. Breakfast is an all American buffet but its their Italian cuisine that is acclaimed. Dine alfresco at their beautiful garden patio with a lovely Roman fountain during the spring and summer months. Savor your meal accompanied with delicious wine from their extensive wine list. It is an idyllic place in the financial district of Paris that will give you immense pleasure.
La Villa Andrea is a trendy yet cozy restaurant in the 10th Arrondissement of Paris. Armed with authentic recipes and products that are imported from Italy, it is arguably one of the most popular Italian restaurants in the city. Like most main-street eateries in Paris, this too has an outdoor seating area; adding to its appeal. With enclosures available for groups of more than ten people, it also caters to events such as anniversaries and business lunches. For where it is located, the restaurant is quite moderately priced. Whether you order the pizza, the pasta with truffles or the tiramisu, you will leave La Villa Andrea with a satisfied smile.
Located close to Dôme des Invalides, Caffé Romantica was the first of its series by Claudio Puglia. It is known for its rustic yet sophisticated cooking and the elegant interiors that reflect the same theme. Be it business lunches or quiet romantic evenings, Caffé Romantica provides a perfect setting for both. Though a little on the pricey side, this restaurant is value-for-money.
Brasseries in Paris all look alike, with their chalkboard menus and typical French menus. They're famous for a reason, but if you'd like to try something a little bit different with the same reasonable prices, consider Tribeca. This restaurant on market street rue Cler halfway between Invalides and the Eiffel Tower offers a handful of Italian specialties, fresh fish and meat and a large variety of pizzas. Each is delicious and larger than a dinner plate; ask about the special pizza of the day, which often features seasonal ingredients and imported Italian meats. Considering the location, it's no wonder that the waiters at this restaurant happily oblige non-French-speaking customers with nearly perfect English and a smile. -Emily Monaco
One of the most popular restaurants in the city to offer Italian cuisine, Monteleone does it in style. With white table covers, sheer wine glasses and a chic decor, it builds the p[perfect ambience for a fine dining experience where one can peacefully partake of recipes like Scallop of veal in vegetables and sauce, Garofalo pasta with clams cooked in olive oil and desserts like Cannoli di Ricotta and the classic Tiramisu. If you are part of a large group then you can avail the group menu which satisfies everyone at a fixed price. Drink up the tasteful wine that accompanies the food and adds to the experience.
This Michelin one-star restaurant is known for its fine Italian cuisine. The Italian specialties such as Goat Cheese Ravioli with truffles, and Lobster Risotto are served here. The wine collection served here exceeds expectation too for its rich after-taste and smooth texture that slides down the throat with absolute ease. All year round this place seems to be filled with exuberance and delight. The decor is elegant and fit for private parties, luncheons and intimate dinners as well.