I visited Paris with my daughter and sister and we were lucky to find this quaint little restaurant. There are only 6 tables in the place so service is excellent and the food is prepared fresh. It was so good we ate there twice! Our first visit we were greeted by the owner and chef Haro, he was so friendly and welcoming. We ask what his specialty was and he responded he was the chef so everything was good! We all had a different kind of pasta and each dish was beautifully served and equally delicious! While we were eating we noticed many of the locals were ordering pizza that looked delicious. We so wanted to try it, but were near the end of our stay in Paris. We ask Haro if he would be open the next night until 11pm when we would be returning from a day of touring. He said he turned off the oven at 9:15pm and closed. We told him we were disappointed because wanted to try the pizza. Haro offered to make us one for a picnic the next day but it did not suit our schedule. The next night around 11pm, after returning from our day of touring we walked by Casa Cristi on our way to our hotel and saw people coming out of the restaurant. We stopped to ask if the restaurant was still open, the people leaving said no it was closed but it was the best Italian Restaurant in France. Haro heard them talking to us and came to the door, he saw us and said they are my American friends, I will cook for them! So we had our pizza after all, it was the best pizza I have ever eaten! Haro sat down and chatted with us while we enjoyed the pizza. If you miss eating here during your visit to Paris, you have missed the best part of Paris!
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