Taking up residency on the aptly-named Rue Bernard-Délicieux, Fébéo is home to a bloody fine concept. Born online back in 2004, this terroir-ist butcher shop run by Maxime Leroy, an agricultural engineer and the son of two farmers, sells only humanely-raised meat sourced directly from the producers themselves. Since his AOP meat packages started selling like hotcakes, he decided to open a brick-and-mortar shop in the middle of the Beaux-Arts neighborhood. What should you expect? The veal comes from Le Ségala, the beef from the Aubrac and Le Mézenc, and the pork from the Cantal! A typical grocery basket might include all of the following: a flank steak (€26/kg), leg of lamb from the Aveyron (€22), homemade merguez… Or a selection of divine specialties and first-rate cuts of meat that won’t necessarily cost you an arm and a leg, plus very happy, very chatty butchers. // M.Ra.
Hidden gem: The chicken liver terrine (€4 for 200 g) prepared by Fabien Dylas, which is delicious on bread from the neighboring Délicieux bakery.