Housed in an octagon-shaped former train station in Montrouge built in 1867 just above the tracks of Paris' “Petite Ceinture” (“Little Belt”), Poinçon recently reopened following major restorations.
At over 400 square meters large, this hybrid contemporary space is at once festive and welcoming, and offers a dizzying range of possibilities: from a simple coffee to full lunch, to gourmet mid-afternoon treats, and Sunday brunch and dinner - all with fresh, seasonal products. When the weather is warm, outdoor seating is also available on the 250m2 terrace. DJ sets, art exhibitions and other refined cultural events make each visit unique! On Thursday evenings, this neighbourhood gathering place turns into a marketplace, where you can stock up on honey from Essonne, quinoa from Normandy, Colza oil from the Marne and brie cheese from Seine-et-Marne, all nearby regions. A home for culture and good living - and total relaxation!
124 avenue du Général Leclerc
+33 (0)1 56 08 16 69
Menu: around 30 EUR