French Speciality Food Outlets

Le Bon Marches food department has a large selection of food and drink: fresh produce, wine, spirits, cheese, cold meats, etc. It also provides catering services. Mon-Sat 8:30-21:00, 38 rue de Sevres (Arr 7) Metro: Sevres-Babylone.
Cheese specialist with about 130 to 150 different cheeses on display depending on the season. Open Monday to Saturday 8:30 to 19:30. At 12 rue du Champ de Mars (Arr 7) Metro: Ecole Militaire.
The House of Cheese, owned by Marie Quatrehomme, "Best workman of France" is a temple of colors, flavours and savours. At 62 rue de Sevres (Arr 7) Metro: Sevres Babylone
Company offering vine adoption in three domains: Chateau Fourcas-Dupre (Bordeaux), Chateau de Chamilly (Bourgogne) and Domaine du Clos Roussely (Loire). One vine adopted = one bottle of wine. Varietry of workshops also available in French.
Owned by Chicago born chef Daniel Rose, this niche boutique sells top quality seasonal food and wines. Tasting sessions every Thursday 17:00-21:00. 52 Rue de lArbre Sec (Arr 1). Metro: Louvre – Rivoli.
Specialist food outlets selling products from the south west of France and the Basque area. Two locations in Paris at: 18 Boulevard Saint Michel (Arr 5) Metro Saint-Michel; and 13 Rue Vignon (Arr 8) Metro: Madeleine.
Shop spelling a wide range of speciality food and drink products from the French region of Brittany. Closed Sunday and Monday. 15 Rue de Prague (Arr 12). Metro: Ledru Rollin.
Shops offer fine chocolates, and pastries. This location also has a restaurant and a kitchenware shop. See website for all Paris locations or visit 10 ave des Champs-Elysees (Arr 8) Metro: Champs Elysee Clemenceau
This elegant restaurant and shop specialises in French caviar. Items on sale in the shop can be sampled upstairs at the Seafood bar. At 15 place de la Madeleine (Arr 8) Metro: Madeleine.
Shop selling a wide range of Basque products including food, clothes and accessories. 7 rue de Vouille (Arr 15). Metro: Convention.
A gourmet landmark, Berthillon, the best French ice cream maker and its incredible assortment on Saint-Louis island. At 31 rue St Louis en lIsle (Arr 4) Metro: Pont Marie
Charming 1880 boutique stocked with great French wines that are low in sulphur, and fantastic rare Italian cheeses and charcuterie. All French regions, with an emphasis on Loire and Burgundy. 9 rue des Quatre-Vents (Arr 6) Metro: Odeon.
The Leblanc family has been in the oil production business for four generations. Many types including: hazelnut, walnut, pistachio and pecan. 6 rue Jacob (Arr 6) Metro: St Germain des Pres.
Extensive choice of pastries and chocolates. Many outlets in Paris, main address: At 101 rue du Faubourg St-Honore (Arr 8) Metro: Concorde
Small chain of cheese shops run by Meilleur Ouvrier de France, Laurent Dubois. 47 Ter Boulevard Saint-Germain (Arr 5). Metro: Maubert-Mutualite.
Wide selection of wines as well as Chartreuse and rare varietals. Open Monday to Saturday, 10:00 to 13:15 and 14:30 to 19:15. At 34 rue des Archives (Arr 4) Metro: Hotel de Ville.
Oyster bar. Open daily until 01:00. At 14 place Clichy (Arr 9) Metro: Place Clichy
Small grocery proposing traditional foies gras, cassoulets and confits. Nothing light... You can buy on their web site or in one of the 10 shops in Ile-de-France. Located at 8 place du Marche Neuf (78) St Germain en Laye
Wine shop and cafe offering a range of natural wines from small producers. 2 rue de l’Olive (Arr 18). Metro: Marx Dormoy.
Large selection of Estate-bottled wines. Cote du Rhone, Languedoc-Roussillon and Loire Valley. Free tastings Saturday. American-owned store. Located at 6 rue Bourbon le Chateau (Arr 6) Metro: St-Germain-des-Pres.
French specialist delicatesson. 40 chemin Lateral BP5, Bagneux (92).
Wine from Bordeaux-old and new millesimes. Chateau dYquem, Rothschildes and more. Open Monday-Saturday from 10:30-20:00, Sunday 11:00-19:30. 137 bd Saint-Germain (Arr 6) Metro: St-Germain-des-Pres.
This wine shop, founded in 1850, is one of the oldest in Paris. Selection of wines and spirits with rare vintages. Professional advice. 116 blvd Haussmann (Arr 8). Metro: Saint-Augustin.
Artisan ice cream, maker with a shop at 22 rue La Vieuville (Arr 18). Metro: Abbesses or Pigalle
Well established traditional boulangerie with delicatessen and restaurant/tea room located on the first floor. Open: Monday to Friday 07:00-19:00. 69 Avenue Marceau (Arr 16). Metro: George V.
Laduree, specialist in macaroons, have shops and tearooms located throughout Paris including one at 16 rue Royale (Arr 8) Metro: Concorde.
Organic loaves baked in a wood-fired oven. 43 rue de Montreuil, (Arr 11) Metro: Nation
Organic sourdough bread and baguettes. 123 rue Monge (Arr 5) Metro: Censier Daubenton
Wide selection of wines grown and vinified with minimal use of chemical agents. 35 rue Daguerre (Arr 14). Metro: Denfert Rochereau.
Handmade ice creams, sorbets and a range of frozen desserts. 39 rue Cler (Arr 7). Metro: Ecole Militaire.
Luxury goods: Beluga, Ossietre and Sevruga caviar, salmon, sturgeon, eel and smoked trout, salmon and cod eggs, truffles, fois gras, vegetable purees etc. Vodkas, wines and champagnes. At 18 bd de La Tour-Maubourg (Arr 7) Metro: La Tour Maubourg.
Specialties from the Lot region South West France: cassoulet campagnard, confit de canard. Free-range chickens and poultry from Bresse. Open Mon-Fri 9:00-19:00, Sat 9:00-12:30. 58 rue Jean-Jacques Rousseau (Arr 1) Metro: Les Halles.
The Boutique Maille offers over thirty varieties of mustard, including flavors like apricot, blue cheese rose and walnut. Freshly prepared and also sold on tap. At 6 place de la Madeleine (Arr 8) Metro: Madeleine.
Gourmet food store with a large selection of wines, tea and coffee, spices, jams, sweets, caviar, and take-out dishes. See website for all locations in Paris or visit 21 place de la Madeleine (Arr 8) Metro: Madeleine.
Founded in 1905, specialises in vintage wines and liqueurs. Family firm producing Armagnacs known for their high quality. At 79 rue du Bac (Arr 7) Metro: Rue du Bac
Gourmet food outlet with cassoulet, confit doie or foie gras entier mi-cuit. Iranian caviar, gaspacho with lobster and basil, bouillabaisse and the classic coq au vin. 111 rue St Antoine (Arr 4) Metro: St Paul.
Family-owned cheese shop offering a large selection of cheeses aged in their own cellar. At 17 rue Poncelet (Arr 17) Metro: Ternes
Old-fashioned shop offering fine wines and brandies, teas and bonbons. Housed within galerie Vivienne. Wine tastings on Thursdays. Open Mon-Fri from 11:00-19:00; Sat 10:00-19:00. Located at 1 rue de la Banque (Arr 2) Metro: Bourse.
Speciality outlet for people who like everything from the Perigord, especially truffles. Other products from the same region: foie gras, confits and more also for sale. 19 place de la Madeleine (Arr:8). Metro: Madelaine.
"Wine Cellar of the unusual". Wide wine selection with artifacts from vineyards, gigantic fossils, and Japanese artwork! 30 rue de la Folie Mericourt. (Arr 11) Metro: St-Ambroise.
The gourmet store of Galleries Lafayettes has an extensive selection of food and wine specialties from around the world. At 40 blvd Haussmann (Arr 9) Metro: Chausee dAntin
All the cheeses of France, plateaux of cheese can be ordered for any event. Open Monday to Saturday 9:00-20:00. Galerie St-Didier, 16 rue des Belles Feuilles (Arr 16) Metro: Victor Hugo.
Designs personalized receptions. Pavillon Royal Avenue de Suresnes Bois de Boulogne (Arr 16) Metro: Porte Dauphine
Shop selling a wide range of high quality foods, wines and spirits. Open everyday. 54 rue du Faubourg Saint Denis (Arr 10). Metro: Strasbourg Saint Denis.
Speciality store and bookshop where you can get anything you need at any time. Restaurant and cinemas too. Open till 02:00. At 133 ave des Champs Elysees (Arr 8) Metro: Charles de Gaulle Etoile
Fine cheese shops with several locations in Paris and Ile de France.
Honey in all its forms as well as a large selection of beeswax and honey scented candles. 37 rue du Roi de Sicile (Arr 4) Metro: St-Paul
Shop selling specialities from the Caribbean (especially Guadeloupe and Martinique). Wide range of rums available. 20 rue de l’Abbe Gregoire (Arr 6). Metro: St Placide or Sevres Babylone.
This simple, old-fashioned-looking store supplies both the Elysee Palace and Matignon. Offers an extensive choice of local French cheeses, such as Mont dOr from the Jura and brie de Malesherbes. At 51 rue de Grenelle (Arr 7) Metro: Rue du Bac
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