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After walking around searching for a pizzaria we found this one, and what find. Run by a couple for a long time how nice and friendly and perfect English. Their pizza's are fenominal the perfect crust that you won't find in most Italian restaurants. A...nice drizzle off chilly oil on top to make it perfect. For sure a place to go and eat if you are fancy for good food for a reasonable price.More
Date of visit: December 2021
Vacationer817508, Propriétaire at La Mamma, responded to this reviewResponded 4 weeks ago
Had a great Spaghetti Bolognaise for lunch. Someone at the next table was having Lasagna and it really looked great. The Moretti beer was super. Enjoyed the meal. I was very disappointed, and for that reason did not return, that the gentleman at the bar,...who also did the pizzas, chose not to scan my EU Digital Covid Certificate, and this was the only establishment that did not scan my certificate.More
Who would ever think that a fantastic restaraunt such as La Mamma would be in Paris. My wife and I lucked out by finding this place; the minute you walk in, you just know that this going to be a good place. There is a...vibe, a family feeeling here especially when Mama greets you in both French and Italian! My wife had the lasagna and I had spaghetti bolognese--we sampled each other's selection, and each was excellent yet different somehow. A lovely smoothness to the sauce, al dente to perfection, and a nice chianti adressed each luscious morsel. Mama checked in on us; just like a mama does--this proves that La Mamma is more like dining at a friend's table. Finally, we will return to Paris from 11/14--11/20. Now, you know where we will be!More
We found this near to our hotel and decided it looked child friendly. We weren’t disappointed. The staff were very friendly and welcoming and recognised us when we returned the following evening. The food was delicious and it wasn’t too expensive. I’d definitely eat here...again.More
Date of visit: October 2019
Vacationer817508, Directeur général at La Mamma, responded to this reviewResponded 27 October 2019
Thank you so much for your opinion, it was a pleasure serving you in our restaurant.
Have a great stay 😊
The food was a little bland and did not seem fresh. We took a couple of bites and decided to head out...we took the pizza to go out of courtesy but left the mostly uneaten lasagna (literally two bites were consumed) and the calamari, which...was inedible. The calamari seemed pre-made because the breading was mushy and the calamari was gummy. We were actually scared to continue. I will say the people in the restaurant looked content with the food. Perhaps they were locals but to me and my daughter it was not good at all. We had eaten at three very good authentic Italian restaurants over our two weeks abroad but this one was so disappointing. So we paid for a meal that we did not consume. It was such a waste of time and money. We do not recommend eating here.More
I can't speak to the negative reviews; our experience was completely the opposite. I was here with 3 colleagues, and we were treated courteously and professionally from the moment we walked in. One of those colleagues had eaten here a couple of times before, and...he vouched for its authenticity.
So we had some beers (Heineken on draft - much better than canned or bottled), calamari, Italian meats, and bruschetta as appetizers. We followed with a pizza for each of my colleagues and the signature ravioli for me. We could tell that everything was made on site; including the ravioli and the pasta it was made with. we all cleaned our plates.
It was all great. I am going back again for a pizza next week.More
Date of visit: July 2019
Vacationer817508, Propriétaire at La Mamma, responded to this reviewResponded 27 July 2019
Thank you so very much for your great words , it was a pleasure having you in our restaurant and will be thrilled to see you again next week..... have a wonderful weekend 🙏
I am not one to complain and this is my first ever post but I am so disgusted with the subpar standard of food and service that I felt necessary to warn other tourists to avoid this restaurant. On our first night in Paris we...decided to go here as the reviews were good... oh how wet were mistaken. Upon arrival nobody seemed to care to greet us or where we sat. The waiter was simply uninterested and unfriendly when taking our order. I ordered the lasagne and my girlfriend ordered the spaghetti ariabatta. The food came very quickly, and when my girlfriend cut into the chicken it was completely raw on the inside, which is completely unacceptable. My lasagne was average at best. When we complained to staff they took the food but didn’t even apologise for the unacceptable mistake. When a second dish was sent out the chicken was over cooked and inedible, the pasta was disappointing to say the least. It is unacceptable that a restaurant could serve food of this substandard level and not even apologise sufficiently. Do not eat here!!More
Went there with my wife looking for some comfort food and a break from French cuisine. She ordered a mushroom pizza. It came under baked with the mushrooms definitely not looking cooked. The waiter was happy to take it back and cook it again. And...it was fine when it returned. Meanwhile, my goat cheese salad arrived. It had black olives, not in the menu description and was lacking walnuts (which were part of the write up). According to the waiter they had run out of nuts. The tomatoes we're almost tasteless and the rest of the salad was uninspiring iceberg lettuce. Could have gotten this back home at Denny's.More