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Want to boost your immune system without feeling guilty?
Run and taste the new gourmet menu at the Marlette Marais café

Marlette's story in one minute: two sisters, Margot and Scarlette, raised in the great outdoors on the Île de Ré with good local products and homemade recipes, began by creating organic preparations to cook cakes in the blink of an eye , sold on their site marlette.fr.

The success has gone viral, and today we can find all their simple and tasty culinary inventions in their Marlette cafés, open across the four corners of Paris.

The concept of cafés: warm places with a holiday home atmosphere where you come to share a gourmet moment, from breakfast to brunch and from snacks to early dinner.

Alone or in a small group, you can easily curl up in the large linen cushions, take a break in a wicker armchair or concentrate on your computer, placed on a wooden and ceramic table, everything you need there is something authentic.

The team: a trio of girls with “great care”! Ozge (the manager), Estelle and Laura are smiling, dynamic, attentive and so welcoming that you would think you had known them forever!

The seasonal menu: organic, sometimes gluten-free, with local or regional ingredients, chosen from the best producers. This season, the menu is enriched with new sweet and savory recipes redesigned to boost our immune defenses while doing good.

In the kitchen and on the menu: a team of fine cooks who cook each dish directly, in a semi-open kitchen where they work tirelessly to prepare ultra soft pancakes, almond financiers, morning cookies and madeleines, gourmet bowls, savory cakes and blinis at lunchtime, then scones, muffins and other gluten-free treats to choose from in the cake bar throughout the day.

The new must-have comfort drinks: turmeric and charcoal Golden Lattes, not forgetting the homemade hot chocolate.

Our selection to consume without moderation: Gimber, a regenerating drink based on a preparation with ginger, lemon and fresh thyme or rosemary. A real boost and the assurance of having natural pink in your cheeks!

The gourmet bowl in its salmon version, the dark chocolate fondant and the chocolate-hazelnut chip cookies: the best allies to cure the blues and the cold.

The icing on the cake: reservations for breakfast, brunch or snacks are possible exclusively at the Marlette Marais café via the website www.marlette.fr or on Facebook.

Marlette Marais
6 Rue du Forez, 75003 Paris
Monday to Friday from 10AM to 18PM
Saturday to Sunday from 10 a.m. to 18:30 p.m.
Tel: +01 43 31 06 64 XNUMX

Text: Sandrine Maggiani
Photos: ©Marlette

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