Pure Ital­ian in Paris

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The Big Mamma group, cre­ated by Vic­tor Lug­ger and Ti­grane Sey­doux, has been de­light­ing taste buds across Paris, France, and they are de­lighted to in­tro­duce their new­est ad­di­tion in the City of Lights, Pink Mamma. Serv­ing amaz­ing Ital­ian food in a vin­tage-style space, filled with plants and colour­ful tiles, the restau­rant is con­stantly ex­plor­ing new styles of Ital­ian gas­tron­omy to wow din­ers. The lat­est ad­di­tion to this is an au­then­tic Flo­ren­tine steak (Bis­tecca alla Fiorentina) based on pure Tus­can tra­di­tion. The 3 m long bar­beque (size does mat­ter) is used to grill the 1 kg T-bone steaks and 1.3 kg Tom­a­hawk steaks us­ing a mix of cher­ry­wood and que­bra­cho to in­fuse the meat with un­par­al­leled flavour. For more in­for­ma­tion, visit www.big­mam­ma­group.com.

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