Time Out says
Typick Café is a colourful little spot a few steps from the banks of the Canal de l'Ourcq. Passionate about Australia, the friendly pair that run the place serve lunches inspired by food culture from down under.
At lunchtime, three sandwich, salad and soup options are available. The menu changes every week depending on which ingredients are in season. The cook has a knack for thinking up original recipes: raw courgette and chicken with almonds, coriander and curry between slices of focaccia, or ashed goat’s cheese salad with aubergine caviar, peppers and grapes. The salads and sandwiches are reasonably priced (€5.80), although the set menus (all over €10) are a little pricey.
The selection of homemade cakes at the counter will no doubt catch your eye: cupcakes, banana bread, cheesecake, cookie dough, carrot cake and more.Wash it all down with an espresso, hot chocolate or flat white made according to the coffee art rules of Oz (€2-€4 each). Best get there early (or late) to avoid the lunchtime rush.
35-37 quai de la Seine
|Transport:||Métro: Stalingrad, Jaurès or Riquet|
|Opening hours:||Mon-Fri 9am-6pm, Sun 10am-6pm. Closed on Sat.|