Pizza Marzano – Paris (Saint Michel)

Reviewed on November 28th, 2008 by Dina

If you want to have good pizza while enjoying the views of the Seine and Notre Dame, then Pizza Marzano is the place to go. The waitress was really friendly and the service was great.

We had the Le Rosse Caprina pizza (pizza with a tomato sauce). It was a vegetarian pizza and was delicious. They also do Le Bianche pizzas which are pizzas with a white cream sauce base.

Even though we were sharing a pizza, the waitress brought it out already cut in half and on two plates. That was a nice touch! The baked mushrooms with mini dough balls were a good starter.

I would return to this restaurant because of its location, scenic views, the tasty pizzas and the great service.

Pizza Marzano, 2 place St Michel, 75006, Paris

Rating: ★★★★★

Cafe Republique – Paris (Republique)

Reviewed on November 3rd, 2008 by Dina

We had good cafe cremes (latte) at this bistro. The croissants that we had were fresh and they were big too.

The seating area if you are having just drinks is at the front of the cafe and the back is for if you are ordering food.

The waiter was friendly and we enjoyed relaxing in this cafe. The view was nice over the place de la Republique.

Cafe Republique, 11 place de la Republique, 75003, Paris

Rating: ★★★☆☆

Leon de Bruxelles – Paris (Republique)

Reviewed on October 12th, 2008 by Dina

A good Belgian restaurant in the middle of Paris. The moules marinieres, mussels in a white wine sauce, were cooked perfectly. The chunky chips were great too but what made them even tastier was the thick good quality mayonnaise. The bread that was served was freshly cut from the baguettes!

To finish the meal, the pistachio ice cream was nice. The waiter tried to convince me to have two scoops of ice cream (another flavour), but wasn’t disappointed when I settled for the one scoop. The cafe creme (latte) was good too.

Leon de Bruxelles. 8 place de la Rupublique, 75011, Paris

Rating: ★★★★☆