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    7 reviews

    This is bread made the old fashioned way - it smells and tastes great. They gave us a sample, so be polite and ask. Get some bread and then some cheese and a little wine - voila, lunch!

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    La Plage Parisienne

    6 reviews

    Apparently it's an annual thing that every summer the city creates "beaches" by trucking in tons of sand to build "la plage" inside the city along the banks of the Seine. Really fasinating and rather enjoyable!

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    Arnaud Delmontel

    1 review

    Absolutely fantastic pastry shop. He makes an absolutely delicious lemon turnover called a "bichon", and I had the best Bostock I've had in my life here. Two locations in Paris, one at 39 rue des Martyrs (9th) and one at 57 rue Damremont (18th). Definitely try to make it to one of these.

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    Richart chocolates

    1 review

    Very delicious chocolates in this tiny chocolatier.

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    L'Epicerie du Pére Claude

    1 review

    Small but excellent selection of cheeses (try the truffle brie) and jamon serrano (especially the reserva), mustards, oils, vinegars, spices. This is considered one of the top 5 epiceries in the 15th arrondissement.

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    Marks & Spencer Beaugrenelle

    1 review

    This is the largest Marks and Spencer in Paris (much bigger than the Champs Elysées location), located in the beautiful Beaugrenelle shopping center. I often have cravings for Marks and Spencer products so I love their large food hall with all of my favorite snacks and prepared meals. They also have two levels of clothing, for those of you who ...

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    Coffea: Decouvreurs de Saveurs

    1 review

    A cute cafe and shop carrying a nice selection of coffees, teas, chocolates, tools, and gadgets. Find the perfect gift for someone who's picky about those specialty drinks. There's tables and chairs to take a break and try one of their many drinks in-store.

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    L'épicerie du terroir

    1 review

    This cute little store is full of regional food products from all over France. Here you can find fig jam from Langedoc Roussillon or tapenade from Provence along with nougat, candies, patés and flavored mustards. It is a great place to buy gifts for foodies!

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    Le Comptoir Colonial

    1 review

    Great spice store in the 18th arrondissement. Wide range of oils, vinegars, spices, sauces, and even some flavored sugars.

  • 11

    Oliviers et CO. Boutiques

    1 review

    Oliviers & Co is a shop whose specialty are olive oils - of all kinds, from all places, in beautiful bottles that you can gift or collect. It's a nice place for the foodies, they also sell different breads and spreads in nice packaging.

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