After Frenchie, an Italian-New Yorker neo-bistro, and Frenchie wine bar, Grégory Marchand opened a take away inspired by the Deli of New York. It’s been awhile that I wanted to talk about this place. In a loft atmosphere with a kitchen opening onto a small room, you can enjoy breakfast, lunch or even have a finger in the pie. The menu on spot or to take away: fish & chips, lobster roll, cheese cake, scones… Everything is home made even the BBQ sauce. My preference goes to the Pulled pork sandwich composed of a bun from Gontran Cherrier (a famous French Baker), long simmered smoked pork and coleslaw. I also tested the pastrami but I found it too salty for my taste. The bill is rather high: it costs about 20 € for a sandwich, fries and a drink. But it is the price of quality in Paris. Beware, the place is very small, only 16 seats and it is very popular at lunchtime (13h/14h).
9, rue du Nil, 75002 Paris