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pasta fresca du jour & notre pesto de pistache de Bronte, et zestes de citron.
pasta fresca du jour & une crème de truffe uncinatum !
pasta fresca du jour & saucisse sicilienne au fenouil, friarielli et pecorino.
Amazing, small, authentic! You should make reservations because this is a very small and authentic Italaian restaurant! The meals were amazing- pasta is fresh made and incredible! And the staff also speaks English!
Really nice place to go. Limited menu, mainly pasta, but first class for both quality and quantity supported by friendly and efficient service.
This was the perfect place for my wife and I to dine before our theatre show. The service was rapid and friendly and our dishes were served in little time. The food was good quality but the sauces were not as rich as we normally prefer - for example the gnocchi included a very basic tomato sauce which wasn’t very interesting. That said the pasta was well cooked, the dishes were generous and the bruschetta was divine.
The best Italian meal in Paris hands down. Super small so make reservations early. Gets full right at 7pm. Great food and friendly service
The staff is welcoming and the atmosphere is good, But there isn’t English menu and also no support and advice from them.Then the dishes we ordered were all same taste.We were very disappointed.
We so enjoyed our dinner. We started off with the large burrata starter. It was quite enough for the five of us. We went on to five different pasta dishes, and we enjoyed all of them. The sauce on the Seppia may have been our favorite (despite no evidence of the crab mentioned on the menu), but it was followed closely by the sauce on the gnocchi. Yum!! The pasta itself was best on the tartuffo, although it could have been a little saucier. Can’t fault just how nicely it was flavored. We had a couple of glasses of red and split the Napolitan dessert. The dessert was very good. And all this came to less than 120 euros - what a deal! Our server was friendly, efficient and personable. All in all, it made for very satisfying end to a Montmartre outing.
Perfect dinner with good quality antipasti and delicious fresh pasta as main course. The restaurant is small with typical Sicilian decorations.
We had to wait for the table since the previous guests had been late for their reservation and they were still having dessert when we arrived. We went across the street to have a glass while we waited for the table to be ready. We were not in a rush so it was fine, and they sent a text message when they were ready for us. When we finally got in we ordered Burrata as a starter and different pastas as a main. The food was very good, and of very good quality! The atmosphere was also really nice and the waiters were very attentive. We got a coffee on the house to make up for the wait so all in all it was a very nice experience.
We were seated right away at 7 p.m. and the server had great suggestions because we were going to order too much food. The bruschetta was amazing, with thinly sliced ham and burrata cheese as well as the usual tomatoes, plus a yummy olive tapenade. The pasta was sooo delicious, I had the fresh spaghetti Bonte with pistachios and lemon zest - gorgeous - and my husband had the gluten-free version of the truffle pasta - best ever. The wine was crisp and cold and the tiramisu was a creamy finishing touch. Highly recommend!
Great pasta - we tried the ragu and penne San Marzo. The burrata with prosciutto was amazing.
Menu is limited—mostly pasta. I’ve had more impressive meals at similar restaurants. Wouldn’t recommend or return. Felt rushed to finish and leave
This restaurant reminded me of past holidays I spent in Italy. The food was beyond great and truly homemade, the owners were really nice and we could feel the passion he had for his restaurant. I went for my birthday with my friends and they kindly offered us the deserts. Couldn’t recommend more and can’t wait to come back !
Didn’t disappoint thank you
Had a great dinner for my wife’s anniversary. Nice location, great quality of fresh food, all very tasty, and magnificent desserts. A real treat to yourself when in Paris.
At Domenico‘s you not only get delicious and authentic sicilian food at it‘s best, also the crew makes a visit to an unforgetable evening in Paris!
I celebrated my birthday at Domenico‘s and can only recommend it. The dishes are excellent and the staff is very friendly and welcoming. Although, it doesn’t seem to be that delicate from the outside, Domenico’s is definitely worth a dinner. I will definitely come back
Great find...off beaten track but frequented by locals. Menu though some would call limited was sufficient and delicious...will be back when we return to Paris
Our best meal in Paris. Food and service were both fantastic. Can't say enough good things about this place...and the lemon tiramasu is to die for. Would definitely go back.
Super nice people. The restaurant was a bit warm inside. Food was good. But I hate to say not great. Sorry .... The rice balls were really great and the salads look great
Really bad food. one of the worst Italian meals ever.
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