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WHO ARE WE ?

We are a shop with stuffed slippers and a canteen of the world

Located in the Rue d'Aubagne in Marseille, you can taste "pastels", slippers of Senegalese origin traditionally garnished with fish.

With us, they are revisited and you can find flavors from around the world inside, doing honor to their cousins "empanadas" in Argentina, "momo" in Nepal, or even "pierogi" in Poland.

Street food from around the world fascinates us and it is around this theme that we decided to create a proposal that invites you to travel.

IN THE HEART OF MARSEILLE

Noailles

Directly east of the central Vieux Port and its shiny Norman Foster-designed pavilion, the Noailles district is a decidedly grittier enclave with a large and diverse immigrant population. plain sight among the women in headscarves perusing the outdoor produce stalls of the Marché des Capucins, fragrant with peaches and green melon, are some of the country's oldest specialty stores. Lately, these shops have been joined by a crop of independent businesses, making Noailles a destination sure to appeal to gourmands and curio-seekers alike.

By Ratha Tep, The New York Times