A Farmer’s Lunch in Paris

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A Farmer’s Lunch in Paris

«Marcel, the one who produces the ham, is Ginette’s cousin, and she makes the Brie. And that’s Etienne, he grows apples and he’s also my uncle by the way ». Merci Guillaume for explaining your family tree. Now what we really want is… a taste of your sandwiches.

Guillaume is one of the four merry founders of Label Ferme, the new sandwich shop located on the rue Peletier. Their concept is simple: they pick the best produce from their mountainous region and bring them straight back to their shop in trendy SoPi. You walk to the counter and order two slices of local ham and 50 gr of home grown tomatoes, freshly picked from some garden in the Alps. They transform your selection of ingredients into a divine sandwich and sell it to you by the weight. You can either enjoy it on the spot or follow their advice to the best sunny public bench in the neighborhood. Thank you fellows.

Label Ferme, 43 rue Le Peletier, Paris 9th,
Tel : 00 33 1 44 63 71 94
Open Mondays to Fridays from 11.30 am to 2.30 pm
Sandwichs for 6€ and salads for 8€

 

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