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L'Épicerie du Verre Volé

Restaurant L'Épicerie du Verre Volé in ParisL'Épicerie du Verre Volé (Paris)

This take-away shop could easily be one of the best in the city! Their recipe? It’s incredibly simple! Take a crispy half-baguette (from Terroirs d’Avenir) and fill it with whatever strikes your fancy from the window display: baked Prince de Paris ham, cured ham from the Ferme de Mayrinhac, incredible Bonfatti mortadella, Nanina mozzarella (€5.90 for 1 ingredient, €6.90 for two). Otherwise, for €7.90, entrust yourself to their creative mood: burrata, porc cul noir coppa ham and sautéed mushrooms; beef kefta, tarator sauce, cucumbers and herbs; roasted pork, pesto and radish, etc. And don’t forget to end the meal with a Bordier yogurt or a miniature container of Terre adélice ice cream. To drink, there’s Patrick Font juice (€3), Umà iced teas (€3), Luscombe lemonades (€4.50)… And in the épicerie section, Monsieur Bordarier (the legendary owner of the cave à manger Le Verre Volé) knows what he’s doing: Raphaël jams, Variette tomato sauces, spices from Les Saveurs du Cachemire, tinned sardines… Set menus from €9.90 to €12.90. // J.G. 

Getting there

Restaurant L'Épicerie du Verre Volé
54 bis, rue de la Folie-Méricourt
TEL: +33 1 48 05 36 55
Subway: Oberkampf, Parmentier