Last year, my walk brought me to that street corner really close to my place, but where I never go for some reason. And I saw this place which clear and cosy looks invite us to come inside and to stay for a while (and more, I’m sure you could stay forever under a blanket in the armchair).
La Petite Fabrique offers organic food tending with a good choice of vegetarian dishes, with a good selection of soups, oven dishes and salads. That (frozen) evening, we chose a ginger and butternut spicy soup to warm up.
Together with a chestnut squash and fresh goat cheese oven dish, because something with two of my favourite ingretiends could not be missed.
No dessert that night, we were completely full, but it’s in this restaurant that I discovered this wonderful chocolate-chestnut-pear fondant.
As for the prices, it’s very reasonable and we can dine for about 25€. Brunch is also very nice, and the large windows open when the weather is better.
La Petite Fabrique
15 rue des Vignoles 75020 Paris – +33 1 43 73 57 88
From Monday (night) to Saturday 12h-14h30 and 19h-22h30 ; brunch on Sundays