If you’re into pâté, this narrow deli is the place for pâté en croute (pastry-encased pâté) and lip-smacking foie gras and chicken liver terrine, served with homemade gherkins and pickled onions. There’s a grocery section where you can buy fruit, veggies, and all sorts of meats, cheeses, and olive oils direct from small regional producers. And at lunch time, they serve doorstop-size takeout sandwiches, filled with cheeses, meats, and more of that aforementioned foie gras pâté (from 10.50€). Or for an all-out neo-bistro experience, reserve a table at ELMER, the chic, Nordic-inspired sister restaurant across the street, where Modern French delights like lobster ravioli and barbecued suckling lamb are reeled out of the kitchen with real panache (fixed-price lunch 29€; fixed-price dinner 60€).