Worldwide icon-chevron-right Europe icon-chevron-right France icon-chevron-right Paris icon-chevron-right Italian restaurants in Paris

Italian restaurants in Paris

Pizza, pasta, prosciutto and Prosecco

Cichetti
Time Out
By Time Out editors |
Advertising

Everyone likes a slice of Italy – especially when it’s topped with stringy mozzarella, fresh olives and tangy tomato sauce. These are our favourite restaurants in Paris for Italian cooking, from rustic trattorias to cutting edge chic

Pasta and trattoria

Restaurants, Italian

Osteria Ferrara

icon-location-pin Charonne

The much-loved trattoria returns with a menu full of fresh, uplifting, superbly executed Italian classics.

Time Out says
Restaurants, Italian

Retro Bottega

icon-location-pin Charonne

Sublime Italian produce and beautiful Italian cooking at this wine-cellar-cum-restaurant.

Time Out says
Advertising
Restaurants, Italian

Rivoluzione

icon-location-pin Roquette

An Italian canteen with a €12 two-course lunch menu.

Time Out says
Restaurants, Italian

Caffè Boboli

icon-location-pin Le Marais

You’ll want to holiday in Puglia after visiting this little Italian, hidden in the Marais.

Time Out says
Advertising
amici miei
DR
Restaurants, Italian

Amici Miei

icon-location-pin Saint-Ambroise

An authentic Sardinian trattoria, to stock up on all the flavours of Italy.

Time Out says
Restaurants, Italian

Non Solo Cucina

icon-location-pin 16e arrondissement

The closest you’ll get to Sicily without leaving the périphérique.

Time Out says
Advertising
Restaurants, Italian

Restaurant Passerini

icon-location-pin 12e arrondissement

Refined takes on simple, traditional Italian dishes work wonders at Giovanni Passerini’s latest gastro trattoria.

Time Out says
Restaurants, Italian

Mamma Primi

icon-location-pin Batignolles

The style may try too hard but the food is on point at the latest addition to the Big Mamma group.

Time Out says
Advertising
© Time Out
Restaurants, Italian

La Trattoria Pulcinella

icon-location-pin Mairie du 18e

A local favourite, you will keep coming back to this authentic trattoria.

Time Out says
Restaurants, Italian

Daroco

icon-location-pin 2e arrondissement

A fancy former Jean-Paul Gaultier boutique is transformed into a grand Italian restaurant and cocktail bar.

Time Out says
Show more

Pizza

Restaurants, Italian

Pizza Dei Cioppi

icon-location-pin Charonne

Thick-crusted pizzas near Bastille, served whole or by the slice.

Time Out says

Brunch and breakfast

Restaurants, Italian

Biglove Caffè

icon-location-pin Le Marais

The fourth Italian address from the Big Mamma group – this time with a brunch focus.

Time Out says
nolita brunch
DR / © Nolita
Restaurants, Italian

Nolita

icon-location-pin 8e arrondissement

Nolita's unrivalled ‘brunch à l’italienne’ is a lavish, Latin buffet that’s a world away from a London fry-up: melting mozzarella, carpaccio of swordfish, Parmesan shavings on a bed of bresaola, soft sliced ​​octopus, subtly marinated vegetables, sundried tomatoes…

Time Out says
Advertising
Restaurants, Italian

Capucine

icon-location-pin Charonne

This hidden Italian café is a tranquil setting for a special breakfast.

Time Out says
Restaurants, Ice-cream parlours

Il Gelato Del Marchese

icon-location-pin Odéon

A chic hybrid of ice cream parlour and tearoom near the Odéon square, this Italian gelateria offers a vast array of home made ice creams (from €5.30 a scoop) and sorbets (from €4.80). Expensive they may be, but each ice is exquisite...

Time Out says
DR

Gelati d’Alberto

icon-location-pin Quartier latin

You come to purple and white Gelati d’Alberto for two things: the delicious ice cream and to watch the employees turn your scoops into a flower-shaped work of art before your very eyes. Once you’ve tasted the classic flavours, try the Nutella, green tea or even the vodka Red Bull... 

Time Out says
Advertising
© Time Out
Shopping

Grom

icon-location-pin Saint-Germain-des-Prés

Created by two young Italians in 2003, Grom has grown into an international ice cream chain with boutiques in Europe, the States and Japan. But don’t let that put you off: their caramel ice cream with pink Himalayan salt and cioccolato fondente made from Venezuelan chocolate are still as good as ever...

Time Out says
Pozzetto
© vincen-t / flickr.com/photos/marqueton/

Pozzetto

icon-location-pin Le Marais

Pozetto might not be the most famous gelateria in Paris, but it’s one of the best, serving classic Italian flavours like gianduia torinese (a Turin speciality of chocolate and hazelnuts from Piémont), fior di latte (made from milk, cream and sugar) and pistacchio (a creamy Sicilian pistachio blend)... 

Time Out says
Advertising