Note: French version of this post is here on my other food blog.
Just around the corner there's a small Italian bistro with a nice "Boho" ambiance. None of the chairs or tables there are the same, but all from antic stores. You can see the owner, a petite Italian woman, driving around her Sunday ice-cream color Vespa. Her cute, truly Italian, accent has note of Italian vacations.
Once in a while I cross the street and go for diner with friend there. We're always delighted: food is so good and pricing is reasonable.
No pizza on the menu but pasta and meat. The special, not always written on the blackboard menu list, is a must have! Cold veal and tuna with mayonnaise, vitello e tuna to named it. If it's not on the menu it's worth to ask for it.
Below the business card of Mamalu restaurant and a picture of vitello e tuna dish.
Note: French version of this post is here.