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Marzo Rive Droite

Restaurant Marzo Rive Droite in ParisMarzo Rive Droite (Paris) - © Goulven Le Pollès

Warning: this establishment was tested before the reign of Covid 19… Certain information may no longer be up to date in regards to the current situation: hours, menu, prices…

Immaculate décor (white walls, a white tile credenza, light wood furniture), a gigantic wood-fired oven and a pizza-loving menu that costs a pretty penny… Pascal Balland (Cinq Mars) and Julien Cohen (Grazie, Professore, Ristorante National) have opened up a second Marzo on the Right Bank. The menu has the same litany of Italian fare as the original location in the Saint-Germain neighborhood: well-balanced antipasti, like grilled octopus over a bed of chickpea cream with olive purée (€15), or a sea bream ceviche with stracciatella and bottarga (€17); along with pizzas that get the job done right, like the Sorrentina combining buffalo mozzarella, cherry tomatoes and basil (€16), or the Splendida with fior di latte, Gorgonzola, Parma ham and arugula (€16); plus cheeky desserts – pizza with dulce de leche (€11) or lemon sorbet in Prosecco and vodka (€12). To drink, there’s Fever Tree lemonade (€6 for 200 ml), good organic craft beer from Volcelest (€8), an opulent natural Chianti from Majnoni Guicciardini (€8.50 a glass) or an Etna white from Alberto Graci (€53 a bottle). // G.LeP. 

Getting there

Restaurant Marzo Rive Droite
84, rue Lauriston
TEL: +33 1 45 05 51 78
Subway: Victor Hugo, Boissière