Time Out says
If a restaurant is judged on how well it pulls of the classics, then Chez Bartolo passes with flying colours. This unassuming, wholly unoriginal trattoria won't spring any surprises on you – and the kitsch décor won't impress your date – but it has the traditional Neapolitan dishes down pat. Once we'd sidled up to our table in a cramped corner of the bustling dining room, the convivial staff were quick to take our orders, which arrived promptly. A resplendent parmigiana (€19) and bottle of sweet red (€23-27) later, we were pleasantly stuffed; but that wasn't enough to stop us ordering a tiramisu (€12). It hit just the right sweet note, but the hefty price left a sour taste. Our advice: skip starter and dessert – the mains are where you'll get value for money at Chez Bartolo.
5 rue des Cannettes
|Transport:||Métro : Mabillon ou Saint-Germain-des-Prés|
|Opening hours:||Tue-Sat Noon-11pm|