We've been to Paris twice and have dined at Gusto Italia both times. You will probably have to wait, but it's worth it. There is another restaurant with the same name across the street and it had no wait. I asked one of the employees if it was the same. He said it had the same menu, but a different kitchen. I read "it's not as good" into that statement. :). This is a tiny restaurant with a take out counter in addition to dining in. The tables are small and very close, but that's part of the charm. The owner is on the move all the time. When he came to our table to collect our bill, he yelled something in French...one of the employees appeared with Limoncello for us! The antipasti platter is wonderful. That, along with one pizza (and a bottle of wine) was more than enough for two people. There always seems to be a wait so I assume others like the food as much as we do.
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