When i first heard about Pink Flamingo , I was puzzled with the concept : transfer the ingredients from culinary hits such as Paella , Tajine on a pizza and make it work .
Mission accomplished .. Spot on !
the originality is there so if you're down for some true daring choices , Pink Flamingo will be your next Cantine real soon .
My favorite so far is the Almodovar ( imagine a paella on a Pizza ) with Chicken spanish Style ( Safran , onions , pepper , peas and tomato ) , Gambas and Chorizo .
I also loved the Ho Chi Mihn : Chicken and Gambas cooked in a Green Curry and Coco milk , coriander and crusched peanuts .
Geoffroy l' Olive
La Cerise sur la Pizza
South of France and Marseille in particular has always been famous for it's Pizzas .
My parents used to live in the area for a long time and before i went to the U.S , that was my reference in terms a what a good pizza was supposed to be like . That's why i was so disappointed when i first arrived in Paris.
La Cerise sur la Pizza does not play the Marseille card on its setting , but it sure does in the plate and that's what count .
Classic mediterranean Pizza with classic toppings excecuted to perfection . Close your Eyes and you're on the Cannebière ( Marseille's Port )
Succes is there and they now have 3 spots in Paris
As i was writing on my Home Page , America and NYC in particular made me the pizza freak that i am . When i heard about Slyce , i was curious . As you'll witness if you go , i almost missed the joint cause its so SMALL . Pizza by the Slice is not common in Paris
The first time i went there it was early lunch time so i had the chance to discuss with the owner. He's been living in NYC and SFrancisco and he's been working in Pizza joints in both cities ( Escape from NY on Haight Street ) . So when he got back home 6 years ago, he decided to open a" pizza by the slice" joint .
Big success : My advice since there is no possibility to eat on the spot is to take it away and go sit in the place des Vosges square which is 2 mn walk away.