Loretta mounted her Vespa and headed north, setting herself up on the northern flank of Montmartre hill. And yet, there’s no rivoluzione here when it comes to the pizzas: the dough is cooked on a tray like in Rome, it’s incredibly crisp and doesn’t get mooshy as it cools down, there are various toppings (around a dozen), and it’s all sliced to order and paid for by weight. For us, the day we went for lunch: no potato and white truffle cream, pizza, but there was a nice Caponata, a gourmet Pissaladière, and a few classics, like the Margherita Spianata (spicy Neapolitan sausage) and the Sicilienne with olive pesto… For dessert: homemade tiramisu with a strong coffee flavor, or sweet crostata. // G.D.
FEELING THIRSTY? Spritz (€8), Moretti beer on tap (€3.90), Orvieto white or Valpolicella red by the glass (€4.50 to €6.80).
PRICE: Focaccia €1.80 for 100 grams, pizzas €3.20 to €4.40 for 100 grams, desserts €4.50 to €4.90.
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