This small and completely ubiquitous Italian restaurant would have been passed by had we not been greeted by the gracious and pleasant owner whom was outside as we were passing. As with most Italian restaurants you can guess as to what you will see on the menu and this little gem was no different. However, the quality, freshness and flavour of the food served was the real highlight this was further complemented by a superb bottle of Bordeaux that was relished with delight.
Not content with a rather filling main we opted for dessert and were not disappointed, the homemade profiteroles went down a treat and the sorbet was magnificent with particular praise for the Cassis sorbet, which was stunning and bursting with flavour, I was half tempted to order a second serving it was that good.
We were the only tourists, for lack of a better phrase, in what seems to be a haunt for the locals and this is by no means a bad thing, if the Parisians love it then you can be sure of a great meal and service, of which we had both.
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