Tempilenti is much more than a restaurant. It’s a place where the passage of time takes second place. It’s an intimate and welcoming space that allows guests to forget the busy Parisian life and enjoy genuine food. The place was created at the behest of Francesca Feniello and Silvia Giorgione, respectively a chef from Alghero and a sommelier from Turin, who, thanks to their experience in dining, focused their attention on gentle care for the customer in the name of sensory pleasure. The decor is simple and linear, like the menu, immediate and composed of a few dishes: the vitello tonnato is a masterpiece of balance; as are the tasty spaghetti with butter, anchovies and breadcrumbs, the lentil soup is comfort food, the goat cheeses are excellent, accompanied by the broccoli rabe. The products are all of remarkable quality, all come from Italy, while the meat from Burgundy breeders, while the strictly Italian wines have been selected by Silvia among the best references. There is no shortage of traditional Sardinian dishes often unknown to most that Francesca offers by surprising her customers. A place of pleasure that many Parisians appreciate, so much so that it is often crowded even by famous people, artists and singers.