Great brick oven pizza - crunchy crust and gooey cheese - yum. Desserts are okay and a bit expensive but taste good nonetheless.
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Completely stumbled upon this gem! What a treat for Italian food in Paris - highly recommend. The pesto pasta with the burrata base was really lovely - - as was the calzone! Nice 'break' from traditional French fare on a long holiday!
We came here spontaneously and wanted to eat a Pizza because we heard that it is one of the best in Paris. Restaurant was clean and the staff was friendly but the Pizza we had were not very tasty and nothing special. My daughter had...More
We went there 4 friends, one was late and staff let us quiet to wait the late one: that is so nice and rare in Paris. Thanks! Wine from several regions of Italy, desert a bit pricy but excellent (baba with lemoncelo). For the food,...More
Since we had had such a large late lunch, we wanted something lighter for dinner. We had passed this place while walking through the neighborhood and noticed they had brick oven pizza which was just what we wanted. We sat on the patio which had...More
I must say that when the sun is back in paris there is only one place i race to get a table and that is " chez bartolo". Here you really want to come with friends , sit down share a few starters. My favorites...More
All right, I know, we are in Paris France and where do we go to eat our first meal, an Italian restaurant! But, this was just a few steps from our condo and after a long flight, and it being just about dinner time, we...More
Definitely get a pizza from the wood fired pizza oven. The gnocchi was really good (some of the best I have ever had). Staff was not overly friendly, but the food made up for it.
First time Chez Barolo and for sure last time had 2 pizza with white truffle Maybe less then 1 Gr of truffle on the pizza at 44 € each I was in ABLA 4 weeks ago for the white truffle market 1 Gr = 3.5...More
I was invited here for lunch and decided to take the "Menu of the day". It was very good and very reasonably priced and to help it along I had a lovely glass of Procecco which completes the Italian touch. If in the area of...More