In Vivienne Street, Daroco and Danico took their neighbourhoods in the former flagship boutique of Jean-Paul Gaultier. In this address marked by its impressive mezzanine, marinières and other elements of haute couture have left room for carbonara pasta (without cream!) and pizzas perfectly executed but not only. For Daroco is a real trattoria: It reviews all the Italian gastronomic heritage with products straight from the Boot, whether it's the drinks that blossom good la Puglia or Tuscany or a transalpine charcuterie finely selected. With original desserts like a walnut panna in the rhubarb grout, the whole is impeccable. Who said that we had to travel to meet Italy?
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