Pizza spots in Paris

Mamamiaaa it’s time to eat a great pizza in Paris

Da Graziella is a small restaurant were the pizzaiolo is making amazing neapolitan style pizza with an authentic woodfire brick oven. The atmosphere is awesome, the decoration is kind of old school and classy/chic at the same time. In other words, a great place to eat a wonderful pizza. On the picture below, I took a classic margherita, for me that is the perfect recipe to test a new pizzeria. The tomato sauce, fresh mozzarella, basil and olive oil were all perfect and very tasty. Special big up to that fluffy crust with that amazing charcoal taste. To me, one of the best neapolitan style pizza that I ate in Paris.

Da Graziela:

  • Address: 43, rue des Petites Écuries, Paris 75010
  • Opening hours: 12.00pm – 2.30pm and 7.00pm – 10.30pm
  • Price of my pizza: 13€

Obermama is a pretty cool spot for pizza and italian cuisine lovers. The restaurant it part of the big mama group which owns several italian restaurants in the city. The atmosphere and decoration of the restaurant is one the main reason you want to go there. Waiters are nice, friendly and above all italians mamamia! Anyway, we are here for pizza and in here, it’s the neapolitan style. I had a pizza with tomato sauce, red onions, peperoncino chilli pepper (picture below). The ingredients taste was very good.

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OberMama:

  • Address: 107 Boulevard Richard Lenoir, 75011 Paris
  • Opening hours: 12.15pm – 2.30pm (till 3.30pm weekends) and 7.00pm – 1.00am
  • Price of my pizza : 13€

Daroco is an italian restaurant located in the old office of the famous fashion designer Jean Paul Gaultier which make the place unique and amazing. The restaurants offers you a great variety of italian cuisine. Pizza are also neapolitan style. I had a special spicy pizza: tomato sauce, mozzarella and ‘Nduja wich is a authentic italian delicacy. ‘Nduja consists in a spicy spreadable italian pork salumi which is so goood but spicy AF.

N'duja Spicy Pizza 📍DAROCO – Paris(France)

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Daroco:

  • Address: 6 Rue Vivienne, 75002 Paris
  • Opening hours: 12.00pm – 3.00pm and 7.00pm – 0.00am
  • Price of my pizza : 15€

Let’s now share with you a very special and kind of unique place to eat pizza in Paris like you were in the big apple aka NYC aka AMERICAAAAAA. Yep, I’m talking about new york style pizza by the slice, simple and gigantic slice that you can find in Paris at Nick’s Pizza. This how new yorker like their pizza, it’s maybe not the most gourmet ingredients in here but it’s simple and goood (picture below)! If you are down to try one slice, you should go for the classic pepperoni slice which is a street food icon of New York.

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Nick’s Pizza:

  • Address: 24 Rue du Faubourg Montmartre, 75009 Paris
  • Opening hours: 12.00pm – 11.00pm (till 1.00am friday/saturday)
  • Price of one pizza slice : 4€

To close this pizza topic in Paris, let’s now talk about Roman style pizza at Quartino. The roman pizza or Pizza al taglio is usually cut in small squares and the crust/dough is sooo crispy. In here, you pay your pizza by weight, so it’s the perfect spot to try different pizza in once. On the picture below, I had pizza with truffle cream, pesto/eggplant and mushroom/ham. Believe me, it can become an addiction so be careful and enjoy your pizza.

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Quartino:

  • Address: 21 rue Rambuteau, 75004 Paris
  • Opening hours: 11.30pm – 9.00pm
  • Price of my squares : 12€

 

It’s time for you to enjoy these pizza spots in Paris!

Don’t forget: Bon appétit.


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