©Thesocialfood

Small in size but big in heart. Since confinement, Gramme, a mini neo-canteen on rue des Archives, has been able to reinvent itself by offering its homemade recipes in a “take-out” version.

No wonder that as soon as the re-containment was announced, this team of organic hedonists set the table for takeaway directly from their counter.

From breakfast to lunch break, we recognize the regulars, who after choosing their menu on Instagram, order before picking up their gourmet plate.

In the “ready to devour” daily boxes, you will find all their savory and sweet dishes, juices and hot drinks, made with ultra-fresh and rigorously sourced seasonal ingredients.

But then what's new?
Like a pop-up store, the “pocket handkerchief” coffee shop has also been converted into a traveling “delicatessen”!

How to order?
All it takes is a message sent to 06 44 27 87 32 between 14 p.m. and 18 p.m. to be delivered to our door in just one hour.

Yes, but how to compose your basket?
Child's play: day after day, a selection of groceries, pastries, drinks, etc. is offered on their account Instagram.

Let it be said, their famous sweet or savory Grammola, a whole choice of cookies and tasty cakes, juices, wines, coffee beans... can be ordered immediately.

Daily take-out menu available on Instagram Tuesday to Saturday from 10 a.m. to 15 p.m..

Gram
86, rue des archives, 75003 Paris
Monday to Friday from 11h30 to 15h
Tel: +06 44 27 87 32

Text: Sandrine Maggiani
Photos: ©Thesocialfood

20.11.20

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