On the second day of our Paris trip my wife and I both decided we wanted some food from "home" so we ended up at Pizza Tina since it was right around the corner form our hotel. Kinda small place, a little dated. Staff was very nice and spoke both French and English. My wife and I split the mozzarella wedges which were extremely good as a appetizer. For our main plate I had the lasagna and my wife had some type of four cheese Alfredo. Her's was a little under seasoned for our tastes but a little salt fixed that. The lasagna I thought was good but my wife said it was the best she'd ever had. For desert I had the pennecotta and my wife had the tiramisu. I thought mine was ok and hers was really good and she thought the same so we swapped deserts. :)
Overall very solid Italian food when you need a break from the local French cuisine. Many people around us had the pizza and all the comment I heard were positive. We almost went back for pizza a couple days later but since we were in Paris we stuck to French food the remainder of our trip.
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