Came across this cute little spot called Dizen out in the Pigalle neighborhood of Paris that serves a traditional Israeli street food called sabich, which in Hebrew stands for its initials (SBH) – salat, beitzah, hazilim (salad, egg, eggplant). While the food looks amazing (I could eat pita sandwiches every day) it’s the charming, odd little space that I really love. It has a 60s/70s influence with the curvy entrance walls, baby blue color palette and super simple order signage. I even think that clearly unmovable drainage pipe is super charming, they’re clearly making due with the space they have. Plus the branding is on-point with a funky mix of typefaces, I’m super into it.