Situated on a sunny corner in Paris’s 3rd arrondissement just across from the Square du Temple, The Broken Arm give birth to the new concept store-cum-café. It’s founded by Romain Joste, Guillaume Steinmetz, and Anaïs Lafarge after 4 years of running the lifestyle and fashion magazine De Jeunes Gens Modernes together.
The store is full of handpicked clothes, shoes, books, music, and furniture, selected in the best possible taste; a little door will leads you to the in-house café where the most important thing is the mood of the place and how [the customers] feel inside it.
The Broken Arm Café provides a small menu of salads, soups, sandwiches and planches that are made in-house by their chef who’s highly trained at Le Bristol.
Inside, lovely wooden tables are organized around a sunny indoor garden room. The breakfast menu includes a Coffee coming from a La Marzocco percolater, sinful blueberry cheesecake and perfect cookies.
The rest of the day, the Café propose a large choice of originals cold dishes which the price range is between €7 and €16, the menu changes according to the seasonality of produce and the day’s inspiration.
It’s all very soigné, from the inventive composition of the dishes to the fresh origins of the produce.
|Address:||12 Rue Perrée, 75003 Paris, France|
|Phone:||+33 1 40 19 15 68|
|Hours:||Mon 2pm – 7pm
Tues – Sat 9am – 7pm