Chez Fanny is a tiny corner stand with one side a window looking in with several counter stools and the other side an order window. There are a few small outside tables opposite the order window, but it felt like a lot of orders might be for take out. It is a small menu but everything is prepared as you wait. One lady manned the shop and was busy making something that looked like cupcakes when we arrived, but she was quick to get our order and start our sandwiches. The menu offered sandwiches and burgers. Her favorite sandwich was the chicken one, “Le Rasta” made with chicken, tapenade, seasonal vegetables and a white cheese sauce. I added “frites” or fries to the order. It was huge and the vegetables were cucumber, mushroom and carrot. The tapenade was olives. It was well seasoned with lots of herbs. The chicken was cut and tender and moist, but all white meat. The bread was excellent with a good chew to the interior and a nice crust that was easily bitten through – although it was a wide open mouth affair. Did I already say it was huge? The random cut fries were dusted with herbs and salt and freshly fried but I wasn’t sure if they were pre-frozen. Either way, they were crisp and tasty. They were included with the “Le Gros Dédé” sandwich that also included lamb, vegetables and a sauce of white cheese. The lamb was hacked up into small pieces that cooked up very tender. The vegetables were carrots and onions and all was covered with a generous supply of fries on the same great bread. It was quite good and also huge. At just 5 euros each it was a really good deal for a lot of well flavored food.