The food scene in the capital of France is acclaimed worldwide and Paris pizza is right up there with the very best in the world. If you’ve had your fill of gooey French cheese (never, says us!) or just want a different type of carb to a croissant, pizza is the way to go.
From classic Neapolitan-style pizza through to a casual slice eaten on the go, we have you covered with the very best pizzas in Paris.
So grab a friend and get ready to load up on carbs with these utterly delicious pizzas…
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A wonderful selection of original pizzas with something on the menu for everybody. The Tartuffo with truffle oil is a must try and the even better news is that by Paris standards the prices are seriously affordable.
The French are among the best chefs in the world. Although they can’t claim to have invented the pizza, they do add some amazing touches to the traditional dish. Nowhere more so than in Louie Louie with their imaginative and fresh toppings, with amazing ingredients at the core of what they do.
As Italian restaurants go, you’ll struggle to find a better overall dining experience anywhere else in the world. They focus on amazing ingredients imported directly from producers in Italy. Wood-fired Neapolitan pizzas made with the most pure respect for tradition.
Wash it all down with 180 types of wines that they get straight from the vintners themselves. So much more than just pizza here, but that’s a good place to start.
This restaurant was created by a Neapolitan called Gennaro Nasti who has won countless awards for the business making pizzas over the years. Very classic in style with huge light and fluffy crusts all cooked in an oven he imported directly from Naples. The real deal.
Arrivederci is a classic Italian-style pizzeria where the tables are packed into a small space which creates a buzzing atmosphere. Their pizzas are on the thinner side with a perfectly crisp base and lush toppings, using only the freshest and best of ingredients.
Hank Pizza is something completely different – they offer vegan pizza by the slice. Just because their pizza is totally free of anything animal-related does not mean it loses anything in the flavour stakes.
Try a couple of different slices and their organic wines. They also operate three vegan burger restaurants in the capital if you want to delve in further.
At the heart of the restaurant is a wood fired oven which was assembled by hand by Stefano Ferrara, a third generation pizzaiola. The restaurant itself is super casual (just as many people get pizzas to takeaway as they do to eat in).
They are masters of their craft and the pizza needs as few toppings as possible because the dough, sauce and cheese is good enough on its own. World class.
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