Casa Cosa / Paris

30 rue de Mogador Paris 75009
Opening Hours
Sun, Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat 10:00 - 23:00

Situé en face du théâtre Mogador et à deux pas des Galeries Lafayette et de l'opéra Garnier dans le 9ème arrondissement de Paris, Casa Cosa sera le lieu idéal pour vos sorties entre amis ou en famille. Ouvert tous les jours en service continu, Casa Cosa vous accueillera en un cadre cosy et chaleureux pour vous offrir d’authentiques spécialités italiennes (pizzas, pasta et beaucoup plus), du vrai café italien à déguster sur une belle terrasse chauffée et un véritable aperitivo à l’italienne. ____________________________________________________ Autentico ristorante italiano a Parigi nel 9ème arrondissement, a due passi dalle Galeries Lafayette e dall'Opéra Garnier, Casa Cosa vi accoglierà in un ambiente caloroso e raffinato, tutti i giorni con servizio continuato dalle 10 a mezzanotte. Casa Cosa propone autentiche specialità italiane, una grande varietà di pasta e pizza, un'ambia scelta di vini nonché un vero aperitivo con ricchi talglieri di salumi e formaggi italiani misti da degustare tra le 17h e le 20h. Altri plus: un vero caffé italiano e una comoda terrazza riscaldata per godervi Parigi in ogni stagione!

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# 3039 of 8637 Restaurants in Paris
average 576 votes
Tips from the Net @ Casa Cosa
Pasta was good. Large portions. Staff and service were slow. Overall good experience. GooglePlace - February 2018
Gabriel Bruno en
Overpriced restaurant with non-italian cooks/pizzamakers. If you're looking for an authentic italian cuisine you're in the wrong place. Apart from this the food it's "ok", but definitely to avoid at lunch time as it is too crowded. GooglePlace - February 2018
Lampros Alexandros Papadoulis en
Staff extremely rude even though the restaurant was empty. Avoid... so many fake reviews from guides about this place GooglePlace - February 2018
Luis Cavalcante en
Beautiful, nice price Foursquare - February 2018
Maybe i was not lucky. Decided to give them a chance after changing the management and the bar completely. Ordered a diaviola pizza and it was FAR AWAY from a Diaviola one. Im not only talking about the lack of spicy oil or good salame/chorizo that has to be spicy too. Cheese didnt seem to be mozzarella at all but they added olives and pepper. Really? The menu offers are alright, had some Parma ham, that wasnt actually from Parma, im pretty sure about it, but it was okay. Otherwise i didnt like the service, they were pushy and not nice at all. I dont tend to be mean but i just think they were far from a good Italian restaurant. You just need to google the Diaviola's pizza ingredients: 250 gr di passata di pomodoro. 400 gr di salame (piccante) 250 gr di mozzarella. q.b. di olio d'oliva (extravergine) GooglePlace - February 2018