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Our Guide to Paris Specialty Shops

Cookware & Supplies

E. Dehillerin
G. Detou
Japanese Knife Company

Generalists (a bit of everything)

Fine L’Épicerie de Belleville
La Cantine du Quentin
La Grande Èpicerie
Lafayette Gourmet
La Graineterie du Marché
Les Papilles
Maison Castro
Maison Plisson
Maison POS
Terroirs d’Avenir

Epiceries – Spices

Epices Roellinger
Le Comptoir Colonial

Regional French Products

Le Garde Manger
Première Pression Provence
Terra Corsa

Italian Products

Cooperative Latte Cisternino
La Tête Dans les Olives
La Conservatoire de Cédric Casanova
Pastificio Passerini
Simone & Nicola


La Tête dans les Olives
Premiere Pression Provence

Tea & Coffee Beans

Belleville Brûlerie (coffee)
Boutique Yam’Tcha (tea)
Cafés Verlet (coffee
Coutume (coffee
La Caféothèque (coffee)
L’Arbre à Café (coffee)
Mariage Fréres (tea)

Single Item Shops

La Chambre aux Confitures (jams)
La Maison de la Truffe (truffles)
La Maison du Miel (honey)
Les Abeilles (honey)
Maille (mustard)

Butchers & Charcuterie Shops

Boucherie Lamartine par Yves-Marie Le Bourdonnec
Boucherie Les Provinces
Caractère de Cochon
Gilles Verot
Hugo Desnoyer
Le Couteau d’Argent
Terroirs d’Avenir

Local and Organic Produce

Maison POS
Terroirs d’Avenir


La Cocotte
La Libraire Gourmande
Rèmi Flachard


LMDW Fine Spirits
La Maison du Whisky

8 thoughts on “Our Guide to Paris Specialty Shops”

  1. Hi – for the ones looking at Italian specialty shops, there is a new one in the 13th, 41 rue de Croulebarbe called La Bussola del Gusto. It is in an internal court and has fabulous products of italian épicerie fine. They do dégustations regularly. Wonderful parmesan and incredible panettone! Check it out, they also sell online.

  2. So surprised that Huilerie LeBlanc is not one your list!! It is a must stop for me for the freshest nut oils.

  3. Yes! There are currently two gluten-free pastry shops in Paris. One is the charming Helmut Newcake (10th) and the other is Papy Bio, next to the Palais Royal. Helmut Newcake has a wide selection of items made in the shop, where you can sit and eat your pastries. (They’re also open for lunch.) Noglu is a gluten-free restaurant that has terrific house-made desserts, located in the Passage des Panoramas.

    (L’autre boulange makes gluten-free bread but since they make regular bread in the same bakery, it may not be suitable, depending on your sensitivity.)

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