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What a cool Guy!!
The founder and Chef of this lovely tradition of great gastronomic Pizza!!!
It’s a very small pizza place that has customers continuously popping in and popping out. There is some space to sit at the high benches if you want !...Nick converses well and makes you feel welcome! A very humble man with all intentions to bring a smile to your face when you have that first bite of pizza!!
You won’t see drinks when you first pop in but there is drinks available from the dispenser in the corner! I especially like the ‘Nick Cola lite’ have a read of the rebranded labels nice bit of fun and humour!
Will be revisiting this place 100%
I’m over the moon that we managed to accidentally stumble on this place and then to find out as I write this review there are people that have the same warm reception here!
Thanking you kindly Nick!!
See you Soon!!More
Nick, the owner, is from Brooklyn and he serves his New York style pizza in a lively area in Paris. The place is small, service is very friendly, and you can buy pizza by the slice. Vegetarian pizza is available.
Nick’s is not really a sit-down place, although there are about eight high stools along a very narrow ledge where you can perch and scoff your pizza. They are geared more for take-away and on-line ordering where your pizzas get delivered to your hotel. But,...Nick’s serves the closest thing I’ve tasted to the best New York thin-crust pizzas ( see my review of Juliana’s in Brooklyn) so I’m happy to give them 5 stars. They only make one size, 50cm across. You can buy by the slice or a whole pie.
Yes, they are semi-cooked first but then finished in the oven and served up on a paper plate, piping hot. My slices ( could only manage 2, so big) were not rubbery, as another reviewer found. Quality was excellent. We consumed six slices between us plus three soft drinks, cost €30. Seemed reasonable to me.
Kim W, Gippsland, AustraliaMore
I tried this pizza when i visited Paris. It wasn't hard to find and there was no line. It tasted like any other pizza (for me) and was nothing special. But it was not bad either. It is not a place I would go back...to.More
After reading reviews my husband and I decided to check it out. We had it as a take out as not an ideal place to eat; tiny. After placing our order a pre-made and pre-cooked pizza was brought out from under the counter alarm bells...should of starting ring ... I expected a fresh hand made pizza. The worse pizza I have ever in my life EVER eaten!!! Warmed up rubbery, bland and disgusting! I don’t like to write bad reviews but seriously I’m not sure why people rate this pizza. This is far from good quality. I would avoid this place at all costs! When pizza is done right is so quick and easy. My question is why reheat a pre cook pizza??More
Response from Nicholas L | Property representative |
My second try at answering this question, which you are asking of a pizzeria rather than a hotel. Paris had a public bike rental system, with stations all over town. You take a bike out from one automated stand, and drop it... More
My second try at answering this question, which you are asking of a pizzeria rather than a hotel. Paris had a public bike rental system, with stations all over town. You take a bike out from one automated stand, and drop it off at that or any other stand when you are done with it. Google Velib bike rentals Paris and you'll find out how it works.
Then come in for a slice of Paris's best pizza and please explain to me how it works :-)
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