Lyons 7th. Osimo, pasta et cetera

As a teenager, Sébastien Brumeau lived in Italy for three years (his parents, musicians, working there). It was there, in Osimo, in the Marche region, on the Adriatic coast, that his love for the country and its gastronomy was born, and has never left him.

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Back in France, he began in the kitchen with an apprenticeship at the Auberge de Clochemerle, then worked at Les Adrets, rue du Bœuf… but the desire to work alone tickled him. And it is at this moment that the idea of ​​opening its pastificia (fresh pasta shop) has sprouted. “I have always liked to work with flour, to make my bread and pasta…”launches Sébastien.

Pasta and ravioli to take away

It was enough for Osimo to be born. In his small shop, he makes pasta and ravioli every day, which you can take home, but also eat on the spot for lunch on weekdays. This week, it was Comté cheese and parsley ravioli, for which we had the choice between a basil tomato sauce and a perfectly dosed pesto with a light lettuce (basil, “very good olive oil”, parmesan, pecorino, garlic and some pine nuts). A delight for eight euros, and served with a big smile. Simple, good, effective: we are conquered.

Osimo, 88 rue Bechevelin, Lyon 7e. 06 13 25 54 51.
Opening. Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday from 11 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. and from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. Saturday from 10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
Our opinion. 4/4.
The rates. Pasta: 6 euros. Ravioli: 8 euros. Pasta formula, dessert (panna cotta with sage or basil, fruit salad, etc.) and drink: 10 euros.

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