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Posted: Wed Feb 29 2012
Taking its name from Vittorio de Sica’s 1946 classic neorealist war film, Sciuscià is a charming find well versed in history and tradition. That said, it’s really the depth of their knowledge of the richness of the region’s cuisine makes these folk from Central Italy a most welcome addition to the Parisian Italian restaurant scene. A bistro style eatery located in the 16th arrondissement, Sciuscià offers a delightfully wide variety of much loved traditional Italian dishes, priding itself on its simple but nonetheless wonderful homemade pasta. A family feel, warm welcome from Gian and his team, and a desire to go the extra mile to make one feel at home add to the general feeling of being right at home.