World cuisine

Pink Mamma

The brand new Pink Mamma, which opened in July amongst the guitar dealers on rue de Douai, is a feast for the eyes. The interior design by Martin Brudnizki plunges the four-level restaurant – complete with a top floor atrium – into a chic Italian flea market atmosphere. Each floor has a bar with its own decor, offering a rare intimate feel for a space that spans 720 Sq.m. After a glass of grappa or a homemade cocktail (very creative), kick things off with a Milky Monday bruschetta, a burrata caprese (perfectly soft and runny) or a plate of coppa. And how could you resist trying the truffle pasta (e18) or “Mama’s out in Pigalle” pizza (e14)? But here, the main specialty is the meat – charcoal-roasted, melt-in-your-mouth meat that both smells and tastes delicious. To get “T-bone steaks like in Florence”, they opt to buy their beef by the whole cow raised on non-GMO feed. On top of it, dishes are reasonably priced, from e15 to e33 depending on the chosen cut. The Italian Sundae and peach-lavender panna cotta add the perfect sweet touch to finish your meal. Hard to find even one little fault with Pink Mamma, which should continue to unleash passions for fabulous Italian food.

Monday to Friday from 11:45am to 2:15pm and 7pm to 10:45pm
Saturday and Sunday noon to 3:15pm and 7pm to 11pm
No reservation
Average price: €32

Pink Mamma

20 Bis Rue de Douai, 75009 Paris
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By David Richard et Manuel Mariani. Photos : Jérôme Galland - Published the

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