After their time at the very popular Parisian pizzeria Louie Louie, Laurie Masse and Paulo de Freitas headed south for Sète to open up their own personal pizza joint. The result? Four vintage tables, a few bottles of natural wine scattered around, and a big Moretti Forni oven that spits out the beautiful Neapolitan pies. Tested and approved the day we went for lunch: a puffed up Zucchina (cream of ricotta, buffalo mozzarella, roasted zucchini, Pecorino crumble and chives), a Régine with royal blood (tomato sauce, mozzarella, baked ham from nearby and sliced in-house, button mushrooms and oregano) and a pretty Brunette (mozzarella, mortadella, truffle burrata and slivered parsley). It’s worth noting that there’s fresh antipasti sourced from nearby: Sicilian green olives, spicy spianata, mortadella with pistachios from Bologna… // G.LeP.
FEELING THIRSTY? Around 50 French and transalpine wines: a Barbera-d’Asti from Radici e Filari (€6 a glass), a Roussillon red from Nada (€29 a bottle) or a white from Face B (€30), a Friuli Frappato from the Le Due Terre estate (€30)…
PRICE: Antipasti €4-7, pizzas €8-14.