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Posted: Wed Jan 11 2012
A tribute to all things Italian in the centre of Paris, Casa Luca is seconds from the Arc de Triomphe yet could just as easily be in fashionable sister city, Milan. A sleek glass exterior, shaded by a bright orange awning gives a glimpse in to this funky red-toned restaurant. Shades of burgundy and scarlet are donned by leather and fabric seating surrounding low, circular tables, giving a bar-like, relaxed atmosphere inspired by traditional trattorias. Aiming to provide the finest Italian experience in the French capital, Casa Luca offers simple Italian fayre using the very best handmade ingredients from a hand-knead mozzarella to a perfect 24 month aged ham. Gorgeous slow food with a cool edginess.