Hosted in the Goethe Institut in Paris, the Kiosk of Le Stube offers all the typical German delicacies you might imagine. Not far from my place of work, I go there because I love German/Austrian pastries and here you can find apple or cherry strudels, Sachertorte, Linzertorte, poppy seed cakes and even Schwarzwalderkirschtorte.
This little kiosk, initially intended to offer some simple food for students of the German language that attended the Goethe Institut or for the employees of this cultural institution, is also open to the public. So if you are a bit tired of the typical French bistrot food and Asian food that flourish all over the city, you can try some typical and well prepared German specialities like different types of sausages (Wurst), Kartoffelsalat, sauerkraut or kassler (pork roast).
Everything is served in a simple manner, you need to pick a tray and collect the food at the counter, then clean your table on departure. But the food is honest, simple and well prepared, in a nice environment and close to many other attractions that we mention in our articles about the gardens of the Galliera Palace or the Palais de Tokyo esplanade.
The kiosk is currently closed but there is an alternative at 31 rue Richelieu, where the same company has a shop with the same products and a nice space to sit. This place is close to Jardins du Palais Royal you can read about that spot in the entry by our colleague Fred.