Aline welcomes guests with a smile at her café-épicerie, serving four delightful “dînettes” every day, composed of a main, a soup and a salad. The day we went for lunch, we had the following for €15.90: a lovely plate of quinoa with crisp vegetables and burrata; a salad of celery, pomegranate and mint; and a sweet potato velouté. If you’re feeling indulgent, tack on one of the house pastries or, a little more shamefully, a café gourmand (coffee + rhubarb tart, lemon tart + a small marble cake, €6). Otherwise, to quench your thirst, there are healthy, colorful, homemade juices (apple-pineapple-lemon-ginger, €3.90 for 15 cl) and nice teas (€5). It’s also worth noting that they have a beautiful selection of products sold to go: Bordier butter, Marou chocolate, organic Lydie jams, Pralus sweets… Brunch on Saturdays with coffee, tea or hot chocolate, scones, tartines with butter and jam, fresh apple-carrot-orange-lemon juice, boiled eggs, Iberian charcuterie, vegetarian tart or Scottish smoked salmon and taramasalata (+€1), potatoes roasted with thyme, fromage blanc and granola (€24.50, €17 for kids). Dînette menu from €14.50 to €18.90 (from €9 to €14.90 to go), desserts €4-8. // M.Z.