Bare walls, visible vegetable crates and old-fashioned china… You’ll feel right at home at this eatery run by Alexia and Florent Artis, a couple who switched careers in order to serve simple, homemade cuisine. Plus, this neighborhood café is the perfect remedy for indecision, with just two appetizers, two mains, two sandwiches and three desserts a day, all prepared using whatever’s fresh at the market. The other day, that included a brilliant homemade taramasalata, with green parsley oil and sourdough brioche; glorious chicken and pork meatballs with a honey mustard sauce and the holy trinity of pickles, raw veg and spicy mayo; and for a sweet treat afterwards, a lively pear, almond and walnut tart, or a gourmet chocolate chip cookie, perfect for dipping into your cup of coffee. // Albert Gredinbar
FEELING THIRSTY? A selection of beautiful natural wines: Le Temps Fait Tout, a surprising Languedoc Ugni blanc from Rémi Poujol (€6 a glass), Mauzac Macération, a Gaillac orange wine from Damien Bonnet (€33 a bottle), Punkàchèvre, a Gard red from Xoan Arias (€31).
PRICE: Combo menu €19, dish of the day €13.
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