7, rue du Dahomey, 75011
Open Monday-Saturday for lunch & dinner
Reservations online or at +33 1 43 71 67 69
IN OTHER WORDS
Restos Sur le Grill (2019) notes that he’s not usually a fan of Italian restaurants before giving a slightly ho-hum review of this spot’s one-note risotto, “pleasant” ricotta tartine, and “not bad” fig tartlet.
Not Drinking Poison in Paris (2017) applauds Sicilian chef Fabrizio Ferrara’s ability to evolve with the times. After years of operating his previous establishment, Caffé dei Cioppi, Ferrara’s current restaurant “impresses most by its quiet sense of maturity.”
L’Express (2016) paints a wholeheartedly pleasant picture of this restaurant. François-Régis Gaudry praises the short-and-sweet menu that “carefully avoids the caprese-vongole-bolognese highway” to instead embrace true, seasonal Italian fare. “In the art of royally bungling the Boot, France is not inculpable,” he writes; for Gaudry, however, Ferrara does not fall among the accused.
Simon Says (2016) applauds Ferrara’s “vivacious” cuisine. “It’s hard to find even one fault.”