And three! After Non Solo Cucina and Non Solo Pizze, Sicilian chef Giuseppe Messina opens a third restaurant in Paris 16th arrondissement: Pane e Olio.
On the menu, he gives pride of place to his natal Sicily, the one from his childhood and Sunday’s family dinner, with food mainly based on specialties rather unknown by the general public.
As we browse the menu, we taste the homemade bread and to the three Sicilian olive oils. On the menu then, countless Sicilian specialties to share: pizzetta, cauliflower fritters, Caciocavallo (typically Sicilian cheese) browned in the oven with herbs, Papa Salvatore’s chicken caponata, fresh gorgonzola baked gnocchi, pink garlic and brown mushrooms linguinette…
But that’s not all! You should also expect cauliflower, pine nuts and raisins pasta, rosemary and fresh oregano veal chop, and the whole chicken to order cooked according to the chef’s father’s original recipe.
As for desserts, it’s Giuseppe Messina’s mother who’s in charge with the tiramisu for two, ricotta mousse with pears and Sicilian hazelnuts or the fritelles (fritters) from Sicily filled with honey and orange peel.
In other words, the new Italian table in Paris to try this summer!
From 25 June 2019 to 31 December 2019
Pane e Olio
117 Avenue Mozart
75116 Paris 16
Desserts: 8-9 €
Entrées: 10-16 €
Pâtes: 12-18 €
Plats: 22-33 €
Ouvert midi et soir du mardi au dimanche.