You may have heard of Marlette, the trendy culinary brand originating from île de Ré that has taken Bretagne by storm with its savory and organic pre-made mixes. Now you can have it all in Paris at Café Marlette, opened by sisters, Margot and Scarlett; this tearoom boutique can be found on the famous rue des Martyrs. Compared to a typical Paris Café, Marlette is not very large, but it’s cozy with its comfy couches and big windows. We opted for a large assiette Marlette (Marlette signature plate) for 13,50 euros, a barre fruites sec et sésame (dried fruit and sesame bar) as well as a citronnade (lemonade). The signature dish was perfectly assembled with red cabbage, mescaline and a rare bleu cheese that really came together well with the most perfect seasonings. In my opinion, the barre sésame et fruits secs hit the nail on the head: the whole ensemble was scrumptious even though we would have preferred it to be a bit softer.