They’re spherical, with a skinny dough and generally with puffed edges: Parisian pizzas, though of various varieties, are roughly comparatively related. It was with out relying on the weird idea of Pidè, the primary consultant of Turkish pizza in Paris. Garnished with scrumptious Anatolian native merchandise, this pizza within the form of a “boat” rightly arouses the curiosity of all of the gourmets of the capital. We inform you every thing about this wonderful restaurant on rue des Petites-Écuries.
The temple of Turkish pizza is within the tenth
As soon as the door of the store is pushed, it solely takes a look to appreciate that we’re not in a restaurant just like the others. Psyche-rock music, album covers and movie posters from the 70s are there to compose the excellent decor of the institution, and above all pay a high quality tribute to all of Turkish tradition. After scrutinizing the partitions, listening curiously to the playlist and inhaling the candy smells emanating from the kitchen, it is time to conclude this sensory journey with an important factor… Style!
On the menu, Pidè provides pleasure of place to Anatolian delicacies with “genuine recipes but additionally home-made recipes designed to range the pleasure of pairings. On this sense, the Sucuk, Pastirma and Kus-kas, recipes primarily based on kasar cheese, respectively with sausage, dried beef and minced lamb, will transport you on to Istanbul. For a little bit of insanity and delicacies, rely on the signatures of the chef, recipes that sublimate the dishes talked about above with eggplant caviar, feta and even eggs. Lastly, the menu consists of 4 vegetarian choices which have completely nothing to envy to the opposite recipes. And to conclude this culinary journey in Turkish land, we can be seduced by the grandiose tiramisu revisited with pistachio.
So go to the bustling rue des Petites-Écuries to find this uncommon and scrumptious dish!
Pidè – 10, rue des Petites-Écuries, 75010
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