Nestled in the 19th arrondissement of Paris near the Ourcq Canal, “Simonetta” offers exceptional pizzas. All in a friendly and warm. A culinary sun cure as if we were in Italy.

Installed for a year, this establishment displays complete every night. The owners immediately had the flair when they were interested in the neighborhood. They anticipated success. The gentrification of the nineteenth district of Paris and its surroundings is no longer a secret, with organic restaurants and upscale bars invading now the edges of the canal to support.

A resolutely modern and friendly but especially cozy concept, especially by its decoration. A work signed Emma Roux, interior designer already in charge of the Becquey House. On the ceiling, the large wicker lamps sway and reflect in a giant mirror. On the wall, a lush vegetation laziness between the old wooden shelves filled with fresh products. Final touch of the warm atmosphere, the green velvet banquettes are distinguished by their vintage look.

On the kitchen side, the ambition of the restaurant is to highlight the best of Italian cuisine. Starting with 100% Italian products, chosen and imported directly from local producers.

Their pizzas are real culinary marvels. The secret: an Italian team led by a Neapolitan leader and a second Sicilian.

An address to remember!







Estelle Varillon