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Caffè dei Cioppi

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Practical information

Former Address: 159 rue du Faubourg St. Antoine, 75011

Reviews of interest

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Aaron Ayscough (2014) “Chef-owner Fabrizio Ferrara has for the past four years been garnering great reviews merely for offering actual serious Italian food to Parisians at fair prices, accompanied by well-chosen honest wines. The menu changes at the pace of a glacier; nothing is controversial; everything runs like a dream.”

Caroline Mignot (2011) “Derrière le comptoir, la petite équipe s’affaire, pas plus souriante que ça, mais efficace et aimable. Carte courte et fraîche, quelques entrées, végétales, charcutières, un risotto aux artichauts, deux pasta et les desserts à 5,50 € toujours aussi tentants.”

Gilles Pudlowski (2011) “ette mini-trattoria fait vite le coup du charme…On se délecte de soupe de lentilles de Castellucio relevée d’une huile d’olive divine, burrata et caponata sicilienne, salade de fenouil avec crevettes à l’orange sanguine. C’est frais, vif, léger, sans esbroufe..”

Phyllis Flick (2010) “…with the atmosphere you get the perfect neighborhood restaurant with simple, yet good, food…”

Alexander Lobrano (2009) “My only regret as we went off into the night after a truly fine feed was that this place isn’t in my neighborhood.”

Emmanuel Rubin – Le Figaro (2009) “un binôme masculin-féminin prodigue à faire mozzareller, risotter, vongoler, parmigianiser le plus simple (et donc le meilleur) de l’Italie…”

Caroline Mignot (2009) “La carte ? C’est un problème, on a envie de tout commander, en fait, on ne sait pas ce qu’on ne veut pas prendre.”

François Simon (2009) “Si j’habitais dans le coin, j’y aurais mon rond de serviette. Délicieux, chaleureux, voila l’adresse qui réconcilie avec les restaurants.”

3 thoughts on “Caffè dei Cioppi”

  1. Hi Lindsay,
    It’s in the 11th arrondissement, a five minute walk east of Bastille. The answer depends on what you consider the center of Paris, but if you’re on the right bank near the Louvre, it would be a ten minute metro ride (line 1). From the left bank it will take a little longer, but Paris is a very small city and it rarely takes more than 20 minutes to get anywhere on the subway.
    Hope that helps!
    Meg

  2. Please can anyboby tell me how far this restaurant (Caffe dei cioppi) is from the centre of Paris? Thank you!

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