When I am in Paris, I like to go back to my few « feel good » spots.
These may look like simple places but I think they define well what people are looking more and more these days: human scale projects with real involvment and history of their people behind. In this tiny coffee shop place, you feel warmth as soon as you cross the door.
Omar Koreitem, born in Lebanon, and raised in Paris, prepares the savoury part of the menu while his wife, Moko Hirayama, a Japanese baker, cooks the best cookies with a melting heart inspired by her times in San Francisco and New York.
5 Rue Saint-Bernard,