We’ll say it loud and proud: Gramme rocks! In their tiny coffee shop with timeworn tables, azulejo tiles by Karla Sutra and bouquets of dried flowers, Marine Gora (ex-Universal) and Romaine Tellier (ex-consultant) deal out homemade seasonal cuisine. For us, the other day at lunch: a fresh tartine topped with labneh, heirloom tomatoes, roasted figs and sage chips; addictive aioli with steamed vegetables, a hard-boiled egg and bottarga; a very enjoyable brioche banh mi with pulled pork, pickles and cilantro – available all year round! Before a melt-in-your-mouth ricotta-lemon cake, unless you’d rather opt for the chocolate and fleur de sel cookies. It’s worth mentioning that the duo also runs a little épicerie section: dukkah, spicy sauce, granola, specialty coffee… // T.J.
FEELING THIRSTY? Lomi coffee (espresso €2.50), homemade lemonade (€4 for 250 ml), Vivant ginger kombucha (€5 for 330 ml) and a few natural wines, including a Languedoc red from Yohann Moreno (€6 a glass) and Bloom, the Côtes-du-Rhône white from Le Vin des Potes (€25 a bottle).
PRICE: Plates €9-14, pastries €3.50 to €5.