Carboni’s is an Italian restaurant in the Marais that replaced Carbón, in the same space and from that same team. Their change of concept followed a fire and a pandemic, and has drawn a particularly Parisian crowd who seem not to know that this is not Amatriciana. Dishes like the giant veal chop are highly Instagrammable, and most taste pretty good. I particularly liked my starter of artichokes with bottarga. They’re a good option for groups, especially ones that include picky eaters (who doesn’t like lasagna?). There’s a popular bar in the basement called Sotto Voce, if you need a cocktail before or after dinner.
45 Rue de Poitou, 75003
Open Tuesday-Saturday for lunch & dinner
Open Sunday for lunch only
Reservations online or at +33 1 42 72 49 12