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NoLita, ristorante e enoteca
True Italian cuisine, considered by some to be the best in the world, is notable for the variety of its ingredients and products as well as for its great regional diversity.
It now has a worthy showcase in Paris, designed by Jean Michel Wilmotte, with a host of features to whet your appetite for Italian cuisine once again.Facing the Champs-Elysées, with a sideways glance of the tall silhouette of the Eiffel Tower, the restaurant takes you on an authentic journey across the Alps with its many traditional dishes.
The quality products imported from Tuscany, Piedmont, Val d’Aosta, Venice, Lombardy, Calabria, Sicily, etc., form the milestones of a gastronomic journey which can be accompanied by your choice from an exceptional list of over one hundered wines Sebastien Mancuso is the soul of this new venue and the man who gives it its unique essence. From an early age, he wandered among the tables of numerous family restaurants – which many people already know as he has been representing his country in Paris for several years. He will be providing that unique Italian touch of kindness and simplicity. He is surrounded by an outstanding Italian team including Vittorio Beltramelli, a young Milanese who has become a leading ambassador of his Country’s gastronomy thanks to his experience working in restaurants around the world, notably alongside Alain Ducasse in Monaco, and Gualtiero Marchesi, the first Italian chef to have been awarded three Michelin stars in Italy.
Vittorio Beltramelli was born in 1974 in a small village not far from Milan. At just 15, he entered the San Pellegrino Hospitality School.
In 1997, he joined the team of Alain Ducasse in Monaco, then he returned to Italy to work alongside Gualtiero Marchesi, the first Italian chef to be awarded three Michelin stars. After a few brief stints in Paris and Moscow, he returned to the French capital to take over the reins the restaurant Il Cortile.
In 2010, he took up a new challenge: to head the MotorVillage’s new gastronomic restaurant NoLita. True to his origins, he has devised a menu inspired by Italian cuisine all the while harmonising unexpected flavours.
One of the pleasures of the Italian lifestyle is also knowing how to enjoy sitting on a café terrace chatting with friends over a capuccino to start the day, a bruchetta at midday, an ice cream in the afternoon, or a cocktail in the early evening.
La Terrazza Fiat provides you with just such an opportunity. Escape to a Roman terrace overlooking the Rond-Point des Champs-Elysées. But make no mistake, you may be in Paris, but the menu is truly Italian: ristretto, antipasto, gelati, aperitivo, etc. – everything to ensure your enjoyment is as unique as it is authentic. The ice cream, pastries and even the bread are all made on site.
Come and grab a quick bite to eat or take your time over a drink, La Terrazza Fiat is now the place to meet up with friends and colleagues.
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