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29 bis, rue Saint-Didier Send to Phone
01 47 27 20 70
A pizzeria devoted to businessmen, located near the Trocadéro.
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Ozio Restaurant Review

: This pizzeria near the Trocadéro delivers authentic cuisine made with fine, fresh ingredients. Expect to be delighted by the Paysanne, Napoletana and Regina pizzas, and such items as the carpaccio, pasta alla carbonara and tiramisu. Service can assume an affected manner, but you might receive a smile from time to time. For enjoying a meal amongst businessmen, this is the place to be.

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“Worst waiter in the world, extremely nasty fellowâ€
by samuelg on Fri Nov 18, 2011 4:16 pm
I've been going to this restaurant for several years, and it has generally been ok. The food is decent, but the service has always been lackluster at best. That all seems to have changed recently. On a business trip in November, I dined here with several friends and had the worst experience I've ever had in a restaurant. The waiter we had was an extremely nasty little fellow who basically treated us like dirt. Slow service for everyong, "forgetting" to bring someone's order and outright hostility. I don't know what we did to annoy this guy, but I've never experienced such hostility before. The restaurant looks nice, it's in a nice part of town, and the food is decent, but do not go here if you speak English. This little troll will do everything he can to make your meal miserable.
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