This lunch spot is run by the Poilâne people and features hot and cold tartines – open faced sandwiches – on their famous bread. It’s also a great place to sip from a round bowl of café au lait in the morning and to enjoy a warm croissant or apple tart (our favorite) fresh from the wood burning oven next door. Walk-ins welcome. Closed Sunday and Monday.
In Other Words
David Lebovitz (2011) “… my previous favorite is the simplest they make: crisp bâtons of pain Poilâne spread with sardine paste, good olive oil drizzled over the top, and a sprinkling of chives… It’s one of the best deals in town (currently around €14), especially considering the top-notch quality of the food.”