Not only is Nanina an artisanal mozzarella factory (that uses buffalo milk from Auvergne to make its cheese!), but it’s also a great spot for a bite to eat seated around a Formica table. What should you expect? Stunning cheeses that have won over the likes of Bertrand Grébaut at Septime, including: scamorza with a powerful smoked aroma, exquisitely fresh ricotta and ultra-creamy mozzarella served at room temperature just like it’s supposed to be. Not to mention the other non-dairy options, like the Italian charcuterie (mortadella, Parma ham…) and the excellent panini, made on thin and crispy focaccia and filled with spianata, mozza and tomatoes, or baked ham and blue buffalo milk cheese. Savor it all lined up like sardines on the tiny terrace, or at one of the three tables inside with views of the atelier. // J.G.
FEELING THIRSTY? There’s an Italian drinks selection to quench your thirst, with a Sicilian Nero-D’Avola from Romio (€4.50 a glass) or a prosecco from the same producer (€25 a bottle).
PRICE: Plates €5.50 to €20, panini €6.50 to €9.