hidden behind the effiel tower, a road off the gardens is a little gem of a restaurant. Very small and relaxed, greeted by a very bubbly waitress, who spoke english. Prices around 12 euros for a pizza. We were given complimentary roasted vegetables to snack on as soon as we were seated. Pizzas were huge and hand on heart , the best we've had since we were in Italy. We shared a tiramasu which again was delicious and big enough for the two of us. We were then given complimentary lemoncello. Whist we dined a gentleman played guitar singing and walking to each table. We sat chatting to a french business man on his own in the restaurant, who goes there regularly when hes working in Paris. We went on a Sunday in Feb but he said it gets very busy so its best to book if you are there in high season.
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