The delicacies of the
You will go well at Shosh!
Canteen to take away, near its festive elders, the restaurants Shabour and Tékès, it simmers there on colored stoves dishes with flavors of the Levant, mezes to die for.
There is also
and other temperament spice blends, first-press olive oils, Jerusalem bagels, wine UFOs tested and approved by the team.
What to make basket full.
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Shosh, 14, rue Saint-Sauveur, 75002. Tel: 07.69.62.42.36.
You can take bagels from Jerusalem, zaatar, olive oils or even Israeli wines.
The New York deli of Moïse Sfez
World lobster roll champion and king of pastrami, Moïse Sfez, chef of Homer and Janet in the capital, has a bite to eat for the street food of the Big Apple.
No wonder, then, that he decided to run a New York-style delicatessen.
Wagyu beef pastrami cut or vacuum-packed, ad hoc spices, pickles, mustard,
truffle hot sauce
: all you have to do is put a nice rye bread in your shopping cart, after having tasted a
BBQ beef roll
at the counter.
Janet by Homer, 13, rue Rambuteau 75004.
The green haunt of Alessandra Montagne-Gomes
Solar and supportive, the Franco-Brazilian chef has made locavore her credo.
Located opposite its Nosso restaurant, Tempero, a grocery store and dining cellar, is the spot for more than a hundred producers on a short circuit.
Fruits, vegetables, honey from the Zone Sensible farm in Saint-Denis, cheeses from the Laiterie de Paris, Montalet charcuterie, homemade jars, natural wines…: it shines wide!
And at the table we feast on casseroles (beef cheek, coconut fish, hen in the pot, feijoada) revitalized by the chef in a real local meal.
Tempero, 24, promenade Claude-Lévi-Strauss, 75013. Tel.: 01.45.84.18.81.
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Beirut of Honor by Alan Geaam
In duet with the youtubeur Anthony Rahayel, Alan Geaam decided to add to his Michelin star and his four Gault & Millau toques the grocer's cap,
Spices, herbs, rose syrup, orange blossom water, pistachios, dates, halloumi, hummus, baklava, it is Lebanon
that delights Paris.
We take the opportunity to push the adjoining door of Faurn, the chef's new Levantine pizzeria.
Le Doukane, 212, rue Saint-Martin, 75003. Tel.: 09.75.20.93.70.
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Sharing Greece by Chloé Monchalin
Signed by the chef of Filakia and the Grand Café d'Athènes, the shelves of this canteen-grocery store-caterer are full of products from beautiful Greece.
Wines, beers, herbal teas, olives and their oils, carob flour crackers, honey, capers, ceramics, it's "like in Athens"!
As in Athens, 31, rue Linné, 75005. Tel.: 01.75.42.68.79.
Benoît Castel's pantry
The place has the charm of bucolic kitchens.
The craftsman whose loaves of "yesterday and tomorrow", created from distressed bread, have the whole of Paris running, has gathered granolas, butter that cries (half-salt) or that laughs (made from CBD), jams, croissants and pain au chocolat, old flours, utensils, recipe books… We take a coffee break there while hunting for nuggets of victuals-finds.
Food, 11, rue Sorbier, 75020. Tel.: 01.42.62.31.20.