The Merci restaurant is part of this very fashionable Parisian food-in-shop concept. In addition to offering quality and organic dishes, Merci donates part of its profits to charities.
An iconic concept-store
Created in March 2009 in the heart of the historic Haut-Marais district by the founders of the children’s fashion brand Bonpoint Bernard and Marie-France Cohen, Eager to help others. The founders of Merci decided that the dividends would be donated to charities for the protection of women and children. Merci acts as a figurehead in the universe of Parisian concept stores. The menu is short and mainly offers organic food and vegetables. In the basement, overlooking a small vegetable garden, the canteen delights at any time with salads, pies, risottos, pastries and mixed juices (carrot, ginger) at €6.50.
Only fresh products
Of course, these are only fresh and healthy products to combine a healthy lunch break with a responsible attitude. In simplicity, you can for example lunch with a boiled egg, a bagel with salmon or a soup in winter. The plates are between 9 and 18€: Fennel salad drizzled with citrus fruits, Courgette mint soup, Lentil salad with herbs, Quinoa with lemongrass, Fennel carpaccio. Then, in dishes, very few choices: Mushroom-carrot arriette risotto, or Chicken breast with basil.
111 Boulevard Beaumarchais,