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This Greek grocery shop and caterer in the 9th arrondissement succeeds in blending hellenic exoticism with Parisian concept store eclecticism. With a bright shopfront and a refined, warm décor, this is the ideal place to go to satisfy an appetite. The grocery shop is divided from the dining area by a large marble table that seats 8 to 10 people for breakfast, lunch, afternoon snack or apéro. 

Formerly esteemed restaurant owners in Athens, Stella and her husband set up shop in Paris in 2014. Stella cooks a range of mouthwatering Greek specialities: moussaka, stuffed cauliflower, aubergine caviar, meatballs, giant beans in tomato sauce, beans with chard or spinach and an extravagant Greek pumpkin tart. You can have a hearty lunch at Ikio for just €12. The couple also serve a range of hot drinks: teas of Hippocratic herbs by the brand La Route du Thé. 

In the grocery store, Greek products to spruce up your kitchen cupboards: feta, taramasalata, Cretan olive oil (5 litres for €35), ouzo, capers, cakes and chocolate with orange imported from Thessaloniki. Many of the products come from the famous Greek patisserie Terkenlis. 

By: Céline Astorg/MH

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Address: 2 rue Milton
9e
Paris

Transport: Métro: Notre-Dame-de-Lorette
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Opening hours: Mon-Sat 10am-8pm
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