This little marvel can be found not only in the historic bottega of Saint-Germain-des-Prés, but also at his new kid sister in the High Marais, off the rue de Bretagne.
Here paninis are taken very seriously. And it’s a real Italian mamma who has put together this ultimate transalpine sandwich that sends regulars into a tizzy since 30 years. Vintage street-food.
The ultra-secret recipe results in bread that is both crispy and tendey. Amongst their top offers: pannini with burrata+ bresaola + rucola (6€)
Completely addictive: the Milanese, with a breaded veal scallop + mascarpone + salad (5,90€). oualalalalala
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