The 104 art centre, a huge converted funeral parlour in North East Paris, recently opened its own little restaurant, Le Café Caché, which is one of my new favourite places to have lunch. Chef Delphine Zampetti creates simple and well executed starter sized tapas type dishes (sardines and toast, green beans and sesame...) served in a 50s-inspired interior designed by Sebastien Wierinck.
And there is a court yard kitted out with vintage 20th century furniture which makes for a great place to have an apero and a bite to eat of a summer evening.
Le Café Caché
Access via the rue Aubervilliers Entrance
Tues - Sun: 9am - midnight