Solina

Ground Control, 81 Rue du Charolais, 75012, Paris

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Pasta with a rustic flavor

Ever since the opening of Ground Control inside a renovated railway station in Paris’s 12th arrondissement, regulars of this multipurpose space have flocked to Solina, a pop-up Italian food stand. The menu is short and changes monthly, offering only five or six plant-forward pasta dishes featuring artisan flour from the rugged Abruzzo region of Italy. Cultivated sustainably at high altitude and naturally low in gluten, Abruzzo wheat makes for a soft, stone-ground flour with a fragrant aroma. Everything on the menu is homemade by Solina’s cofounders, Ricardo and Fabio, using traditional techniques inspired by their Italian roots. Of the menu’s half-dozen options, only one is made with meat or fish. “I prefer working with vegetables,” explains Ricardo. “It’s more interesting, healthier, and better for the environment.”

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  • Prix moyen : 12,50€

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  • Author: Maëva Terroy / Jeanne Bourdier
  • Photos: Fred Haury
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