Sandwich Shop, French
Chez Aline, the only outwardly remarkable feature of which is its oversized neon Z, is the place to go if you’re looking for the textbook definition of a French sandwich. This former horse butcher was transformed into a sit-in deli by Delphine Zampetti in 2012. The décor is pure vintage – Formica surfaces, retro tiles, and even the odd item of taxidermy – and the Prince de Paris ham and Borniambuc butter sandwich is as traditional as it gets. The price tag of €4.50 might seem high for such a simple meal but it’s quality all the way.