Le Sept, Quinze
29, avenue de Lowendal 75015 Paris 15ème - Bistrot Gourmand Restaurant - Italian Restaurant - from 30€ to 60€
1 free meal
Why go there?
Because the heart Le Sept Quinze belongs to Italy, even if it keeps one feet in the VIIth district and the other in the XVth.
For its cuisine "made in Italy" bursting with sunshine, with pizzas made up of Napoli flour, pasta al dante, and the famous mozzarella di buffala.
For its setting inspired from the 1950's, that the boss Mathieu has created by getting back old plates of Martini and touristic posters of San Remo and Napoli, from flea-markets in Italy.
Diplomats from the neighbouring Unesco headquarters, lawyers, and shopkeeps.
Tomatoe and basil bruschetta (6€) ; Bucatini All'Amatriciana, made up of pancetta, onions, tomato sauce, parsley and pecorino (13€) ; Bufflone Pizza, cherry tomatoes, mozzarella di Buffala and fresh basil (14€) ; or Valdostène escalope, veal escalope, mozzarella au gratin and a slice of Parm ham (16€).
A Sicilian vintage Nero d'Avola Occhipinti (32€).
On the veranda that opens up in summertime : especially table n°10 for a dinner among friends, and n°11 for a tête-à-tête.
- Beef Carpaccio with Parmesan - 12 €
- Tomato Mozzarella Di Buffala - 8 €
- Eggplant Parmigiana - 8 €
- Salmon Tagliatelle (Cream, Smoked Salmon, Chives) - 14 €
- Pizza Parma (Tomato, Mozzarella, De Parme Ham) - 14 €
- Beef Filet grilled and Rocket Salad - 17 €
- Chocolate Cake - 8 €
- Pineapple Carpaccio - 7 €
- Tiramisu Classic or ou Speculos - 6 €
Here is an extract from the restaurant's menu. Menus may change according to the market and season.
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