Superb food at a fair price. Wonderful atmosphere, cosy and the staff were so welcoming. Everything surpassed our expectations, can’t fault the place 😍
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We had a really good meal here. It was busy but it's large enough to cope and had a nice ambience. Both pasta and pizza were very tasty and well cooked. We particularly liked the veal Milanese. Prices were reasonable for this area and bread...More
Gambino turned out to be the perfect location for a business lunch. The restaurant is very popular and extremely busy, therefore, it is recommended to book in advance not to be disappointed. The food is very good. I had perfectly cooked pasta, Tortelloni stuffed with...More
The food is awesome but the waiter was quite rude. They were rushing us to finish our dishes saying that they were closing, while everyone downstairs was still ordering. I wouldn’t recommend this place if a nice staff and good service is expected.
This was hands down our favorite meal of the trip. We opted for the casa pizza and the tortellini with ham, asparagus and truffles and both dishes were simply amazing. You could have told me someone's grandmother was hand making everything and, I would have...More
Welcoming and down-to-earth restaurant in the heart of tourist Paris. Very good paccheri Gambino (pasta with button mushrooms, cepes, girolles, pesto) and penne alla Norma. Good moderately-priced wine. Buoyant and celebratory ambience. We would be happy to return.
Waiter spoke perfect English. They gave us menus in English too. We started with a pizza for an app. It came out extremely fast. Then we got two pasta dishes. Both were very good. Service was a little slow. I would say this was a...More
If it's not enough that the food is delicious the staff is so friendly you feel like you've been a regular for years. But really the pasta rivals anything I've had in Rome. Should also mention the decor is very cool the type place you...More
Our party was split on what we wanted for dinner, so we split up for dinner! After ensuring the others found their ramen shop, I walked a few more blocks to Gambino. It is just a half block or so off Avenue de l'Opera, but...More