At just 30, chef Salvatore Moscato opens the doors of his pizzeria with its allure of a chic canteen, imagined by the British architect, Macaulay Sinclair. Scents of tomatoes and various artisanal cheeses waft your way escaping from the immense open kitchen, decorated with electric blue tiles. On the menu, there is the “Reine des Neiges” (“Snow Queen”), featuring a San Marzano tomato sauce base, cooked mushrooms, cooked ham with herbs, mozzarella fior di latte, taggiasca olives, and green oil infused with mint and parsley. If you still have space, add some Italian style street-food dishes such as nocchiona (fennel salami), fried dishes to share or artichokes alla giudia.
A little thirsty? No problem. Le Popolare has the largest bar in Paris with no fewer than 500 types of alcohol and cocktails. And since partying is a speciality of the Big Mamma collective, you can also enjoy live concerts and parties until 2 a.m. every Thursday and Saturday night.
111 rue Réaumur
+33 (0)1 42 21 30 91
Menu: around 18 EUR