By Ivan Segedin
Fast becoming a neighbourhood favourite, La Briciola’s old-fashioned Italian pies are flying out the door.
64 Rue Charlot
+33 1 42 77 34 10
It can be a struggle to find good Italian in Paris, but that’s no longer the case since La Briciola joined the party. Specialising in Tuscan and Piedmontese cuisine, the Burrata alone is worth the flight to Paris. With an outer shell of solid mozzarella and an inner sphere of mozzarella and cream, the unusually soft texture is to die for. The Italian eatery also boasts amazing blister-crusted pizzas with bases akin to a classic French baguette but in pizza form. Be sure to end the meal with the palate cleansing limoncello sorbet. Come for either lunch or dinner but be prepared to stand in line during the evenings if you don’t have a reservation.