Good little meals cooked in a grandmother way to take away: this is what Pom’Mamie offers, which has just opened its doors on Avenue de Muret. Pom’Mamie is the result of a long family history spanning 4 generations of women. It began in 1962 with Amélie Huc, known as Mamie Lilie, who with her daughter Josette opened the restaurant Les Sportifs, well known at the time for being the headquarters of the Stade Toulousain players. In 2005, she gives back her apron and hands over to the Red Trumpet which will close in 2019. Sixteen years later, Corinne her granddaughter by marriage and Charline her 24-year-old daughter-in-law take up the torch. Corinne, who had remained employed at the Trompette Rouge, and Charline, who had just graduated from Thierry Marx’s school, concoct small dishes that smell of tradition and the land: cassoulet, veal blanquette, crepinettes of stuffed feet or, a little nod to the Venetian origins of Mamie Lilie, lasagna. Without forgetting of course their “signature dish”, the Pom’Mamie fries. Cut in an original and unique way, they are cooked twice “some have tried to imitate us without succeeding” assures Corinne who plans to patent them. All the products used are local and the meat is even bought from the local butcher. At Pom’Mamie there is also a carefully selected delicatessen counter. Pom’Mamie, which already has a clientele in the neighborhood, also thinks of the youngest with its student formula at 8 euros consisting of a cone of Pom’Mamie fries, chicken skewers or vegetarian dumplings. Our two cooks do not intend to stop there and will soon be offering made-to-order tapas platters as well as a delivery service. “Later we hope to open a restaurant area on site,” says Corinne. The succession is assured and no doubt that Mamie Lilie would be very proud of it.