It can be difficult to eat in France as a vegetarian, especially with all of the pork and beef dishes that are featured. Honestly, I was getting frustrated with the idea of spending two hours and a lot of money on a meal that I couldn't eat.Therefore, I searched for an Italian restaurant that was close to our hotel in the Latin Quarter and this restaurant came up on TripAdvisor.
My husband made a reservation that same day (actually, just a couple of hours before we wanted to eat) and had no problems. The only thing that disappointed us was that we had to eat inside, rather than sit out on the sidewalk. Normally, this would not be a problem but it was HOT inside! Granted, it was late July and the outside temperatures were quite warm.
Our appetizers were good. I had a caprese salad and my husband had the antipasta tray (lots of meat and cheeses!). Our main courses were pasta for me and lasagna for him. These also were quite good and a nice change from the heavy French dinners we had eaten on previous evenings. The house red wine was surprising good, especially given that neither I or my husband are wine drinkers. (But hey...you're only in France once, right? Might as well give the wine a try!)
If you're looking for Italian while in the Latin Quarter, I would suggest this restaurant without hesitation. Just ask for a patio seat or sit near a window!
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