Whether you prefer it traditional, Neapolitan, or avant-garde with experimental flavors, here is our list of the best pizzerias in Paris, for a little pleasure from the dough.

No need to fly to Naples, Milan or Rome in Italy to find authentic Italian pizza! The pizza scene in Paris has actually improved significantly in recent years. Whether you like them very fine and simple, or creative and elaborate, we have listed our best selection of authentic Italian pizzas in Paris. Pizza is always a good choice, whether you are traveling with family, a couple, or even alone. We have everything you need! Read on for our list of the 8 BEST authentic Italian pizzas in Paris.

The new kid on the block: UNO

Decorated by David-Olivier Descombes, UNO is the new Italian restaurant by David Soussan (Cucuzza, Mercier), developed in collaboration with Tripletta, expert in Neapolitan-style pizzas. With chef Julien Chevallier (ex Semilla and Justine) in the kitchen, we find the great specialties of Italy: creamy burrata, vitello tonnato, minestrone, and fresh homemade pasta. But above all, it is the pizzas that shine, from the simplest (margherita) to the greatest (Aldo Maccione with truffles and Parma ham). The icing on the cake is the large terrace, surrounded by the Pinault Foundation, the Jardin des Halles and Saint-Eustache in the distance.

37 Rue Berger, 75001 Paris, Tel.01 42 36 20 47

http://www.unoparis.com

The essential: Da Graziella

Known as the pizza puritans, Da Graziella is run by French restaurateur Arnaud Lacombe and Neapolitan chef Graziella Buontempo. Customers keep coming back to taste the Neapolitan classics, prepared in a traditional Sorrento wood-fired oven and sprinkled with ricotta, buffalo mozzarella, fresh basil, toasted pine nuts… Is your mouth already watering?

43 Rue des Petites Écuries, 75010 Paris, Tel.01 45 65 37 15

Daroco

Daroco made a big splash when it opened a few months ago. To begin with, the restaurant is nestled in the heart of the Opera district, not far from the Louvre and near the beautiful Galerie Vivienne. The decor of the restaurant is really chic, with mirrors covering the ceiling. Don’t miss the secret cocktail bar hidden in the back! Perfect for a romantic evening or a business dinner with drinks.

Address: 6 Rue Vivienne, 75002 Paris

Iovine’s

At INSIDR, we really like IOVINE’s pizza selection. At IOVINE’s, everything is locally and organically sourced. The pizza dough has exactly the right texture and bubbly crunch. If you prefer to enjoy pizza in your apartment or hotel in Paris, IOVINE’s also offers takeaway and delivery.

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Address: 7Bis Rue du Colonel Driant, Paris, 75001

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The creative: Tripletta Gaité

Already present in Belleville and Bordeaux, Tripletta is opening its third restaurant in Montparnasse, Paris. Priding itself on using purely organic ingredients, this new neighborhood restaurant offers a tempting menu of classic flavors and more experimental ones, like gorgonzola and chili or cheesus christ pizza, topped with salmon, mozzarella, lemon and brie juice. Also note their classic cocktail menu… Aperol Spritz anyone?

1 Impasse de la Gaité, 75014 Paris, Tel. 01 43 20 96 34

Popolare

Popolare is a new branch of Big Mama, a very successful Parisian startup in the field of gastronomy. At Popolare, everything revolves around pizza. The setting is warm and authentic, and the decor is truly Instagrammable! But make no mistake, the joy is on your plate. The pizza selection is wonderful, as is the antipasto selection to start or complement your dish…

Address: 111 Rue Réaumur, 75002

The one who hits the mark: Anima

Run by expert restaurateur David Lahner, to whom we owe the Bon Saint Pourçain and Racine des Prés, Anima is one of the sure values ​​of Saint-Germain-Des-Prés. In the kitchen, we find Piedmontese chef Mattéo Testo, trained by Simone Tondo, armed with a fabulous wood-fired oven. The map is simple and effective. The decoration is well done with its Pierre Frey wallpaper, its tablecloths and its marble bar. A good address in short.

78 Rue du Cherche-Midi, 75006 Paris, Tel. 01 40 47 90 41

Grace

Grazie is one of the first to rejuvenate the pizza scene in Paris. The New York-style decor of this chic restaurant provides a perfect setting for a great dinner in the Bastille/Marais district of Paris. The pizzas are simply delicious. If you are lucky enough, you can sit on the comfortable leather sofas near the windows. Grazie is perfect for a couple, and even for families with children.

Address: 91 Boulevard Beaumarchais, 75003

The offbeat: Dalmata

Don’t let the neon lights and pale pink stools for chairs fool you at this quirky pizzeria, Dalmata takes a traditional approach when it comes to making perfect pizzas. The dough is left to rise and ripen just long enough for it to puff up and become the perfect soft, chewy, crispy base. Our favorites are the Greenland, topped with pesto and pine nuts, and the Black Delirium, with mushrooms and fresh truffles.

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8 Rue Tiquetonne, 75002 Paris

Il Brigante

Il Brigante is a hidden gem on the back hill of Montmartre in the north of Paris, and here it’s all about the pizza. Don’t expect fancy decor, ample seating space and high-end service. The chef prepares and cooks the pizza before your eyes. The ambient smell is a delight! However, it’s best to arrive a little early for evening service, as this tiny restaurant can only accommodate a handful of pizza lovers!

Address: 14 Rue de Ruisseau, 75018

DIY: Atelier Bizzo

L’Atelier Bizzo only recently opened its doors on rue du Faubourg Poissonnière in Paris. The menu is 100% tailor-made and customers can choose everything from the basics. First, you choose your crust: Roman or Neapolitan? Next, your sauce: the classic San Marzano or a more daring concoction from the chef? As for the toppings, a large selection of fresh ingredients is available, the majority coming from Italy. We find the classics like mozzarella, tomato, parmesan, basil and ham, but also more original options like scamorza, taleggio and fennel sauce. In a decor designed by Dorothée Meilichzon, it would be a shame to miss out on this experience.

53 Rue du Faubourg Poissonnière, 75009 Paris, Tel.01 45 80 12 33

La Felicita

La Felicita is the new pearl of the Big Mama group. It is located in the 13th arrondissement in full redevelopment, inside Station F, a European temple of innovation and startups. There are several self-service stations you can choose from, including a delicious authentic Italian pizza corner. The menu changes very frequently here. La Felicita also has a lovely covered terrace outside, as well as plenty of seating opportunities. La Felicita is a great option for friends, kids, and even solo pizza lovers.

Address: 5 Parvis Alan Turing, 75013

Everyone loves: Big Mamma

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You’ve probably already heard of Big Mamma, but in case you’re a Parisian pizza virgin, we’re going to introduce them to you anyway. Culinary duo Tigrane Seydoux and Victor Lugger opened the restaurant together in 2015 due to their love of Italian cuisine – a shared passion that sparked the opening of other restaurants in Paris (East Mamma in Bastille, Ober Mamma in Oberkampf , Mamma Primi in Batignolles, Big Love Caffè in the Marais, Popolare in Bourse, Pink Mamma in Pigalle and La Felicità in Station F). Using only fresh ingredients, with more indulgent options available like burrata cream and truffles, Big Mamma produces the most delicious pizzas with all due respect to the art of pizza making.

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http://www.bigmammagroup.com

Popine

Popine was created a few years ago and is our favorite place for pizza in the northeast of Paris. Pizza chef Gennaro Nasti is from Naples, which is generally a good sign of quality and authenticity for pizza lovers! Popine’s pizzas have that perfect balance of texture and flavor. A must if you are staying in or visiting the Belleville district of Paris.

Address: 108 Bouelvard de Ménilmontant, 75020

The Napolitano: Il Brigante

Il Brigante has built a strong reputation in Montmartre since opening its doors in 2013. With the help of Calabrian chef Salvatore Rotiroti, the pizzas are made with fresh ingredients and fine flour from Puglia creates a worthy base. of a perfectionist. The classic Margherita stands out, as do more elaborate creations such as the 18th, made with ‘nduja sausage, shiitake mushrooms, arugula, lemon marinade and peppers.

14 Rue du Ruisseau, 75018 Paris, Tel.01 44 92 72 15

http://ilbrigante.fr/fr

Louie Louie

Louie Louie is a wonderful pizzeria in Paris, on rue de Charonne. All the ingredients served here come from Italy. The decor is simple, but the pizzas are actually quite elaborate. The staff is attentive and friendly. If you like wine, don’t miss the neighboring natural wine bar, Cave de Septime, across the street 😉.

Address: 78 Rue de Charonne, 75011

The traditional: Faggio Salumeria

Delicatessen and wine cellar, Faggio Salumeria offers the best culinary specialties that the boot has to offer. Verdelli lemons shipped directly from Sicily, an Abruzzo tomato sauce from Pezzettoni, or even Setaro pasta made with respect for tradition. The restaurant also offers a selection of natural Italian wines to taste. The icing on the cake ? Delicious pizzas cooked in a wood-fired oven, decorated with the best products of the day.

72 Rue de Rochechouart, 75009 Paris

http://faggio.fr/

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