28/04/2017: Location : right in the old city of belfort. Parking : easy for free in the evening, and rather close to the restaurant. Customers and owners (young, beards, tattoos...), general atmosphere : decoration (not just kind of vintage) and the ambient music played over there... and even the fact that they are aiming to only have organic food.... first word to come in our mind : hipster. 100%. Hosts : not super friendly, far to be unpleasant... let's say averagely pleasant (well, I have to say that I know that I certainly did not like friendly or even pleasant this evening, so... but well, I am the customer. (Here I am doing the comparison with (/thinking about) the last restaurant we did visit, Vielharmony in Emmendingen, Germany, where the hosts were superfriendlly) But, afterwards, thinking about the hosts behavior, clearly feeling a distance between us and them... it does also sound hipster for me. (personnal point of view)About the menu : I've read several times that especially for the beverages we need to ask the owner/waiter (I don't remember) for advice. Well, we did not need advice for sparkling water, so I can't say anything about the drinks. I just did notice the apparently original choices of teas, and also large choices of beers.Menu are written on some very classic comics for kids very well know in France : Martine. Original. About the choices : rather poor (which is not a bad thing), mainly 'Tartines' : slice of bread stuffed with everything you can imagine, names of the tartine sounds like old fashionned names, fitting with the spirit of the ... let's rather say the decoration.We tasted two of those Tartines. I think it was Chantal and Paulette. Nevermind the names. I did also ask for a salad. Well done. Very good fresh salad.No wow effect for sure, but well done. They insist to say that they use healthy products and I have to say that it's a very good point. It's clearly specified that they are aiming to have soon only organic food. Which does not mean that the taste is wonderful. At least when we eat such food we can think that we are promoting a healty concept. And that we are supposed to not get poisonned by such food. (not as for the standart food)True that, if we have to choose between two restaurants, we would rather choose the one with organic food.Tartines were huge. And for an evening I have to say that we did a wrong choice (well, depending on what you'll do after the dinner, but for us it was bed before 1 am). We only did eat half of them, despite they were good. Cheesecake as a desert : good, also well done, also no wow effect. It is not a gastronomic restaurant. In my opinion it is just a place runned by hipsters, giving the choice of healthy food, cooked in a simple way, in a nicely original place. (so vintage)I would even say that, if somebody ask to me if there is a Cook in this restaurant, i would say : No. And that's not a negative point in my mind. It does look like a perfect hipster fast food. And the owners are doing it very well, close to perfection. I could even give 5 stars instead of 4, because such a place, indeed, does not need to have super tasty meals. Unfortunately, here is my opinion, and an opinion is always sbujective, and the fact is that it's far to be my favorite restaurant.Afterwards, again, there was a little something wrong. I did not feel at the right place. Even if it looks widely open to everybody, I didn't feel like the good customer for such a place. I mean : it's like to have a bar, known to be a gay bar, even widely openned to everydbody you may not feel at the right place if you're not gay. Again, it's just a personnal, very subjective opinion. Oh, and very last point, another good one : the price is fair. We paid less than 30 euros for 2 Tartines, Bottle of water (half), one dessert for two and coffees. Which is... i wouldn't say cheap, but fair.
19/04/2017: Découverte "in situ" de Marcel et Suzon par un temps (très) frais de printemps. Eh ben on se croirait chez Mémé. La déco, comme chez Mémé. Le mobilier, comme chez Mémé. Le goûter, comme chez Mémé. Mais la musique, pas comme chez Mémé (la mienne n'écoutait pas Radiohead, mais moi si). On peut être surpris en entrant, mais on se sent vite comme chez Mémé. Il fait chaud, les gens sont gentils, et c'est confortable. Alors on s'est vite installé pour commander des chocos viennois, des sirops à l'eau, des moelleux choco fruits rouges, des brioches bio à la pâte à tartiner. Tout le monde était ravi : de la plus petite qui a 3 ans, aux plus grands qui ont environ 40 ans :-pJ'ai connu Marcel et Suzon par Facebook, ca faisait longtemps que je voulais leur rendre visite. Voilà, c'est fait, et j'y retournerai bien volontiers très bientôt! Merci Marcel, merci Suzon!