Two years after opening, Mathieu and Vincent’s café never disappoints. With their Armenian heritage in tow, the two brothers treat Mediterranean street food lovers to some beautiful fare from behind their kitchen counter. Wolf it all down seated on the terrace: pita sandwiches filled with kefta, falafel or chicken souvlaki, served with some irresistible fries (optional); a Greek salad like you’d actually get in Greece – feta, tomatoes, cucumber, eggplant, red onion and Kalamata olives; and some tasty meat plates (cumin and paprika spiced pork, marinated and grilled lamb shoulder) with hummus and eggplant caviar. The only problem? There are no desserts on the menu… // E.DiB.
FEELING THIRSTY? Turkish Efes beer (€4.50 for 330 ml) or Greek Fix Hellas beer (€5) and a few local wines – a rosé from the Domaine de l’Estel (€4.50 a glass), a white from the Château du Rouët (€24 a bottle).
PRICE: Sandwiches from €6.50 to €9, plates from €11.50 to €14.