Was already here 3 years ago. Food was very good again, very nice tomato sauce with the ravioli, drunk some good Sicilian red wine. A place to come back to.
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Staying over the road at George V and like to give this place a visit as it's only a two Knute walk Enter done the stair and the Paris street scene above seems along way behind you. Good service and decor, though may be ready...More
We had just come out of the theater after a concert and were starving. We stumbled across Findi and decided to come in, and what a good idea that was. I had delicious pasta, al dente and superbly presented, a good wine and desert. Prices...More
Price and quality totally overrated - food not bad, but compared to price -/- 2 persons antipasti, primi, secondi incl. 1 bottle of white wine and espresso €210,00 Also please avoid using the bathroom. And last but not least an italian restaurant without any Italians...More
After walking for quite a bit, we stumbled upon Findi which seemed to have something for everyone in our small party which included one picky eater. We had two spaghetti dinners (without meat) and two personal pizzas, two waters and a glass of wine. This...More
Wow this place is amazing! I booked a group dinner for 17 people and the staff, service and food was exceptional. I highly recommend the spinach and ricotta ravioli!! We were seated downstairs in a quaint little area. The architecture in the building is beautiful!
This is a nice place and can give you that romantic feeling over some lovely food and wine. I was there with a friend and this was fine too but it definitely had that coupley appeal. Food and service were both good. I would go...More
To preface the review, my wife and I had walked a considerable amount: to/from Sacre Couer, to/from Arc de Triomph, to/up/down/from Eiffel Tower (all in all probably 12 miles). And it was also Christmas Day and my wife is vegetarian, so there were slim pickings...More
We ate at Findi for a birthday dinner during a recent trip to Paris. The best part about this place is that it had air conditioning and provided a reprieve from the alarming heat. Paris was obsurdly hot and most venues are not air conditioned....More