Mokus is not the cheapest pizza in Paris, but it may be considered one of the best. This big restaurant with long tables and small cubicles for 6 is decorated in a modern industrial style and has a young and trendy client base. I like it because of the quality of the pizza and the informal setting. It makes for a nice place for my lunch out of the office. The location is awesome, just 10 minutes off the Trodadero square. On sunny mornings you can sit outside and it is really pleasant to see the busy avenue with business people and tourists alike. Recently the place has been expanded with a new big space where big groups can sit (see picture above).
One thing is clear: their pizza is good — if you look at the several trophies displayed at the counter from the French pizza championship, and many more .
The place is always quite full, but the waiters are helpful and will gladly bring you to a free spot or ask you to wait for a bit. There is also the possibility to eat at the counter. They speak good English.