Fragments

Black Market, a well loved café with great coffee, has adapted and transformed–into a bigger and better coffee shop. Youssef Louanjli has a tightly edited menu of simple food to complement the beans sourced from Coutume, Belleville, Coffee Collective and more. Expect a variety of coffee preparations including aeropress, filtered coffee, a variety of milky coffee beverages, and espressos pulled on a Mirage machine.

Practical information

Address: 76 rue des Tournelles, 75003
Nearest transport: Chemin Vert (8), Saint-Sébastien – Froissart (8) 
Hours:
Open every day
Website   Facebook

Reviews of interest

David Lebovitz (2014) “Owner Youssef Li carefully concocts filtered coffees and espresso drinks in spartan surroundings. I had a quick espresso and two tiny madeleines, which were light and delicate.”

Lindsey Tramuta-Morel (2013) “Expect reliably good roasts from a host of purveyors (Belleville, Coutume, etc.) and a compact but smart savory menu. In the warmer months, take the coffee to go and head to nearby Place des Vosges.”

 

Photo via Fragments’ Facebook page

One thought on “Fragments”

  1. jen says:

    We went to Fragments on the weekend – and we went back again because the coffee is really really good. As Australians it is a rare treat in Paris to have a great latte.. and they ave a great latte. ( and fantastic granola with peach and yoghurt too!)

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