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TEMPI LENTI

Paris

TEMPI LENTI

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TEMPI LENTI

SHORTLISTED BY BISTRONAUT #4

WHO
Italian couple Silvia Giorgione (front of house) and Francesca Feniello (back of house), formerly of the Parisian-Italian deli Petit Capri Bazaar, are at the head of this Italian neighborhood spot.

FOOD
An ultra-italian menu that changes weekly and revolves mainly around tasty pastas. The night of our visit:
- Famous (and large!) vitello tonnato (€12)
- Simple and tasty spaghetti with butter, anchovies and bread crumbs (€16)
- Seasonal strawberries and mascarpone cream (€8)

DRINKS
An ultran Italian wine menu as well including a white Trebbiano from Abruzzo (€5 a glass) or Dolcetto Barbera, a Piedmontese red from Bellotti (€35 a bottle).

DECOR
A former PMU-type space with a slightly freshened-up look thanks to a coat of blue and white paint and matching tiles.

NOISE
Clinking of forks and knives and tableside conversations.

SEATING
Wooden tables with white chairs inside and two metal tables outside (for the lucky-few).

VIBE
Friendly due to the mostly local and regular crowd.

RESTROOMS
Small.

SERVICE
A bit brusque sometimes, but efficient.

WOULD RECOMMEND
To people looking for the perfect-Italian-laidback-Sunday red sauce spot. 

WHO
Italian couple Silvia Giorgione (front of house) and Francesca Feniello (back of house), formerly of the Parisian-Italian deli Petit Capri Bazaar, are at the head of this Italian neighborhood spot.

FOOD
An ultra-italian menu that changes weekly and revolves mainly around tasty pastas. The night of our visit:
- Famous (and large!) vitello tonnato (€12)
- Simple and tasty spaghetti with butter, anchovies and bread crumbs (€16)
- Seasonal strawberries and mascarpone cream (€8)

DRINKS
An ultran Italian wine menu as well including a white Trebbiano from Abruzzo (€5 a glass) or Dolcetto Barbera, a Piedmontese red from Bellotti (€35 a bottle).

DECOR
A former PMU-type space with a slightly freshened-up look thanks to a coat of blue and white paint and matching tiles.

NOISE
Clinking of forks and knives and tableside conversations.

SEATING
Wooden tables with white chairs inside and two metal tables outside (for the lucky-few).

VIBE
Friendly due to the mostly local and regular crowd.

RESTROOMS
Small.

SERVICE
A bit brusque sometimes, but efficient.

WOULD RECOMMEND
To people looking for the perfect-Italian-laidback-Sunday red sauce spot. 

CHEF

Francesca Feniello

OPENING DAYS

From noon to 3pm and from 7:30pm to 11pm. Closed Wednesday.

RESERVATIONS

Reservations online or by phone, recommended one or two days in advance.

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