Published on November 2nd, 2016 | by Ozlem Avcioglu0
Daroco Paris, France
Daroco is a 180-seat Italian high-end trattoria from Alexandre Giesbert and Julien Ross, sits within Jean Paul Gaultier’s former flagship store in the Galerie Vivienne, an arcade built in 1923: exposed brick walls, cement columns with anthracite grey panels, plush petrol blue velvet banquettes and green marble tabletops. The staff wears striped sailor-marinière T-shirts, a clin d’oeil to Jean Paul Gaultier’s signature style. The food is typical Italian trattoria. With fresh pizza dough, pastas and ice-creams made in-house, rustic linguine carbonara and creamy tiramisu with a base of homemade cookies.