Pink Flamingo

pink.jpgMy favourite pizza place in Paris goes by the original name of Pink Flamingo. The first outpost was out by the Canal St Martin, but a new venue has just opened, in the middle of the Marais. Why do I like it so much? The pizzas are great — the Pink Flamingo crew has decided not to recreate Italian classics badly, but to successfully take pizza to a new level. Our two favourites are the ‘Basquiat’ which is covered in blue cheese and figs and the ‘Aphrodite’, a houmous and aubergine pizza. (At the moment there is even a Hawaian inspired ‘Obama’ pizza…)

Not only are the pizzas great but there is something else that makes the “Pink Flamingo” our family’s favourite: Their Pink-Nik service! You order the pizzas in the restaurant. You are then given a helium-filled pink balloon and tell them in which park in the area you are going to be. Fifteen minutes later a pizza delivery guy will come and find you. The area has lots of little parks with playgrounds so your kids can have lots of fun while you kick back and relax. Granted, it is a bit cold for this at the moment, but spring is just around the corner…. The restaurants are really cute too, in a retro-kitsch kind of way!

– Emilie

6 COMMENTS - Add your own

1. Courtney | January 29, 2009 | Reply

Do they let you keep the pink balloon?? That would be an even bigger bonus with the kids! :)

2. Esther | January 29, 2009 | Reply

That sounds so cool! But what if there are loads of customers in the same park??

3. Michela | January 29, 2009 | Reply

this is such a cool idea.. although I tend to prefer more classic pizzas!!!

4. Emilie | January 29, 2009 | Reply

You absolutely get to keep the balloon. You need to make sure your kid does not let the balloon fly away as that might put a spanner in the works… :)

5. Christine | January 29, 2009 | Reply

I don’t know what would be a bigger hit w/my 2 girls…..the pink balloon or the pizza! What a cute idea.

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