Pizza Sarno, St Michel, Paris, France

After a quick snooze at Albe Hôtel after the flight from Hong Kong I was looking for some sustenance. Luckily the area around Saint Michel is full of bars and restaurants so I didn’t have to go to far.

I did a bit of a walk around the neighborhood to see what options were on offer before deciding on a small pizza restaurant called Pizza Sarno, more because there were tables available and there was an English menu more than anything else.

While I went through the menu I ordered a Kronenbourg 1664.

I finally chose an entree serving of the bruschetta as well as a penne arrabbiata main course which arrived in about 10 minutes… just in time to order another beer.

The bruschetta tasted great with the tomatoes just oozing flavour.

The main sized penne was a large dish, I actually thought I wouldn’t be able to finish it, but the pasta was cooked to perfection and the sauce was superb (not too spicy) so I ended up finishing the dish, and mopping up the sauce with french bread.

All round a great meal.

And yes, and the irony that my first meal in France was Italian is not lost on me! But atleast I had French beer.