Top 10 Paris Gourmet Stores

When it comes to gourmet shopping and experiencing Paris as a local, it helps to be in the know. In this gourmet guide, we present ten Paris gourmet addresses from the 5th and 6th arrondissements that are set to tempt you to venture out of sightseeing and museums.

After all, there is more to experience than just buying any baguette and a piece of cheese from a supermarket.

Carl Marletti Patissier

Carl Marletti Patissier is located along rue Censier in the 5th arrondissement, a few steps away from metro station Censier-Daubenton.

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Carl Marletti Patisserie

Ornate orchids in overhanging decorative light bulbs and a stone wall make this patisserie aesthetically pleasing. When it comes to pastries, they’re often a work of art. There’s Desir in dark chocolate, Marie Antoinette with a crown of raspberries, Paradis Latin, specifically created for the Parisian cabaret, and a special pastry created by Monsieur Marletti in his wife’s name.

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Pastries including Lily Valley in Violet

In seductive violet, Lily Valley resembles a pair of pert breast, and while it is difficult to eat, the delicate marriage of flavours make this pastry sing.

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Carl Marletti

51 Rue Censier, 75005 Paris

Androuet

Located opposite Eglise Saint-Medard at the bottom end of rue Mouffetard, Androuet is the place to go to for the best cheese. Androuet has written the bible on cheese and the Maison was founded in 1909 but has been sold in more recent times.

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Androuet

Inside the shop, you’ll be seduced by the aromas of ripe cheese occasionally wafting into the street. From soft Brie to goats cheese of varying ages, vintage Comte and blue cheeses, you’ll find it all in this intimate shop.

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Selection of Cheese

Should you wish to indulge in a few – and a takeaway is a must – the knowledgeable staff can advise you on the right cheese according to your taste.

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Take Away Tray

134 Rue Mouffetard, 75005 Paris

Le Fournil de Mouffetard

You’ll recognise Le Fournil de Mouffetard by the queue to this artisan boulanger and patissier.

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Le Fournil de Mouffetard

Pâtisseries, brioches and  specialty bread abound. Buttery croissants tempt from behind the glass and specialties such as pissaladiere, a Provencal specialty with confit onions, anchovies and thyme offer a savoury alternative.

123 Rue Mouffetard, 75005 Paris

Boucherie Saint Medard

Another popular shop with Parisians, Boucherie Saint Medard offers Portuguese specialties as well as a good range of charcuterie and meats.

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Boucherie Saint Medard

Even if you have no intention of buying anything, you’ll be stopped by the heat emanating from the large rotisserie and seduced by the smells of roast chicken dripping delicious fat onto roast potatoes.

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Chicken

Tempted? You will be.

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Poulet

119 Rue Mouffetard, 75005 Paris

Pierre Champion

Look no further than Pierre Champion for foie gras and specialties from the south west of France that you can take home.

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Pierre Champion

The shop sells various terrines, pates, and a range of regional wines, aperitifs and digestifs.

110 Rue Mouffetard, 75005 Paris

Mococha Chocolats

Mococha Chocolats in unlike other chocolatiers. The shop was founded in 2009 and brings together three master chocolatiers under the same roof.

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Mococha Chocolats

You’ll find creations by Fabrice Gillotte, Jacques Bellanger and Patrice Chapon.  The choice is yours and founder Marie-Hélène Ghent can assist with your choice.

89 Rue Mouffetard, 75005 Paris

Pierre Oteiza Produits Basques

The 6eme arrondissement which can be reached by bus or metro, and that’s where you will find a gem of a store at Pierre Oteiza selling produce from the Basque region.

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Pierre Oteiza

Jambons, saucissions, foie gras and confit de canard buried in its the surrounding duck fat are ready to take home.

There are liqueurs from the Basque region to buy. Keep an eye out for Manzana Verde Alaiki, a delicious and refreshing green apple liqueur best served chilled. Take away sandwiches and cones filled with your choice of cheese and sausisson translate to temptation.

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Saucisson Sec

Ask for the Magré de Canard fourré au Bloc de Foie Gras. It’s made of duck breast stuffed with foie gras. Pure decadence.

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Magré de Canard fourré au Bloc de Foie Gras

18 Boulevard Saint Michel 75006 – Paris

Patrick Roger, Chocolatier

The sign outside the boutique tells you that Patrick Roger is a Meilleur Ouvrier de France chocolatier.

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Patrick Roger

Inside, you’ll be seduced by chocolate creations such as the pistachio filled dark chocolate.

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Chocolate Frogs

Some of his work is just too beautiful to be eaten.

108 boulevard Saint-Germain 75006 Paris

Première Pression Provence

A touch of Provence comes to Paris at Première Pression Provence where you can find anything from olive oil, to soap and regional specialties.

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Première Pression Provence

8 Cour du Commerce Saint André, 75006 Paris

Un Dimanche à Paris

If you’re still hankering for pasties and chocolate – and why wouldn’t you be, this is Paris after all – Un Dimanche à Paris  is an elegant shop where you can satisfy sweet cravings.

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Un Dimanche à Paris

You can buy pastries to take home, a emporter, or dine in the cafe next to the shop.

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Chocolats

8 Cours du Commerce Saint-André, 75006 Paris

Gourmantic travelled to Paris as a guest of Turkish Airlines, Rail Europe and the Paris Tourist Office.

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Corinne Mossati is the Founder/Editor of popular online magazine Gourmantic and Cocktails & Bars, a website dedicated to cocktail culture and the discerning drinker. She is named in Australian Bartender Magazine’s Top 100 Most Influential List, is a member of The Academy responsible for judging the World’s 50 Best Bars. She has also judged the inaugural Australasian Whisky Awards and various national cocktail competitions.

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