December 18, 2012 Paris France Europe

Pizza Cesar Paris: An Unbeatable Taste
Non-smokers friendly
Casual Dining

Phone Number: +33 1 42 27 69 82

Address: 12 Avenue de Wagram 75008 Paris, France

Website: http://www.pizzacesar.com/index.php

Price Range: 0-0 $

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3.35 out of 5 based on 1 professional review.

RATING:67/100

Welcoming: 3/5

Food Temperature: 8/10

Ambiance / Music: 7.5/10

Menu Choice: 4/5

Food Taste: 27/30

Architecture / Interior: 6/10

Food presentation: 7/10

Service: 6/10

Value for money: Soon

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Many talk about Napoletano Italian restaurant as being the best Pizza in Paris, this is why I tried it a couple of weeks ago while I was in Paris. It is good indeed but not to be compared to what Pizza Cesar can offer. Cesar can be rated as one of the best Pizzas around the city.

We reached the restaurant in the early hours of the afternoon when others have already finished their lunch. We were seated next to the sidewalk this is why I didn't get the chance to discover the interior of the restaurant. This detail here is not important as the food will make you forget about everything else.

The menu sections:

  • Insalate “Gustosa” (les salades gourmandes)
  • Antipasti (les entrées)
  • Carne (les viandes)
  • Pasta (les pâtes fraîches)
  • Risotti
  • Pesci (les poissons)
  • Formaggi (les fromages)
  • Le Pizze (les pizzas)
  • Dolci (les desserts)
  • Gelati (les glaces)
 
We ordered:
  • Insalata Capri (classique duo de mozzarella di buffala et de tomate)
  • Pizza Campione (sauce tomate, mozzarella, merguez, poivron, oeuf)
  • Pizza Tonata (sauce tomate, thon, câpres, olives, origan)
  • Ile Flottante
  • Tiramisu alle fragole (tiramisu aux fraises)
 
The culinary experience:
  • A thin crust covered with a sweet layer of boiled tomato sauce with a zesty feel adding to it the melting cheese mix, some black Italian olives, tuna, eggs or anything in between all surrounded by the outer buttery crust tainted by the tomatoes of mouthwatering bread. A ticket to heaven behind every bite. Their pizzas are crunchy on the sides, thin in the middle yet crispy not watery, filled with a mix of fresh organic ingredients transporting you into Italy's hidden secrets.
  • The salad is fresh but needs more olive oil and a hint of black pepper.
 
The desserts: Not the best out there...
  • I am not a fan of the Ile Flottante: floating island is a French dessert consisting of meringue floating on crème anglaise (a vanilla custard). The meringues are prepared from whipped egg whites, sugar and vanilla extract then quickly poached. The crème anglaise is prepared with the egg yolks, vanilla, and hot milk, briefly cooked.
  • Strawberry Tiramisu ; Doesn't taste Tiramisu at all. Too sweet, too creamy.
On another hand, the desserts presentation and size is impressive.
 
A must try in Paris

Suitable For: Casual Dining



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