Delphine Zampetti has been filling up the hungry bellies of the neighborhood’s hurried residents inside the yellow tiled walls of this former horse butcher’s shop since 2012. Eaten around the tiny counter or on the terrace, her delicious sandwiches are made with love and prepared fresh on the bread of your choosing – baguettes or brioche buns topped with sesame seeds. Amongst the 20 or so options: a good Iberian combo of chorizo and Spanish potato tortilla (€7); soft, flavorful feta, guacamole and grated carrots (€7) or a generous Morteau sausage with sauce gribiche and pickled cabbage (€7). And for the gluten-intolerant, there’s no need to panic! The miniature salads are just as tasty: beetroot, red onion, Xérès vinegar; addictive deviled eggs; or pot-au-feu-style chicken with dill and mayo (also available in sandwich form). As for the desserts: the house classic vanilla and lemon rice pudding, astonishingly good apple crumble, or a delightful Savoie cake with raw cream and pineapples. Help it all slide down easy with a nectar from Patrick Font (from €3 to €4), an artisanal Elixia lemonade (€3) or a Philomenn beer (€4 for 330 ml). Salads €4 (in-house), sandwiches from €5 to €8.50, dish of the day €10, desserts €5. // O.J.