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No matter what tools you need to cook or bake your favorite recipes, E.Dehillerin has it. Since 1820, this shop has sold high-quality cookware and kitchen equipment to home chefs and professionals. At this location since 1880, the historic, two-level, warehouse-style store fills its floor-to-ceiling shelves with everything from knives and kitchen gadgets to vegetable steamers and copper pots. Using our custom trip planner, Paris attractions like E.Dehillerin can form part of a personalized travel itinerary.
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Vous aimez cuisiner ? n'hésitez pas, c'est LE lieu rêvé. Depuis que je l'ai découvert, c'est là que je me précipite à la première occasion. Si possible en semaine pour éviter la cohue. Couteaux, moule... read more »You like to Cook? do not hesitate, this is THE perfect place. Since I discovered it, it is there that I rush at the first opportunity. If possible during the week to avoid the rush. Knives, molds, pots of all sizes, pliers, dishes, Chinese... it is would lose if I was not so well advised (sellers are attentive to the need for the client rather than the sales of the more expensive product).show original
If you love to cook, or know someone who does, this is the place for you. From the smallest kitchen gadgets to the huge stew pots, from copper to steel it can probably be found here. Inside this store... read more »
Wenn man in der Nähe von Les Halles ist und gerne kocht,MUSS man zu Dehillerin-der Laden sieht aus wie vor 200 Jahren und er ist vollgestopft mit edelstem Küchengerät das man haben will und auch Dinge... read more »If you are in the vicinity of Les Halles and likes to Cook, MUST to Dehillerin-the shop looks like 200 years ago and it is crammed full of finest kitchen appliance that you want to have and also things that probably only a chef knows what they are good. This place is like paradise and chaotic, prices are available only on separate price lists, somewhere scattered around, sellers are annoyed by the tourists gawking and nothing-buying and concern only around but who endures it can buy great stuff at bargain prices. You need just a certain killer instinct then it works.show original
This place is a Parisian institution crammed with professional cookware. The aisles are narrow and every nook and cranny has something for the enthusiastic amateur or professional cook to enjoy. Each item has a serial number on it which must be looked up in a book at the end of the aisle in order to find it's price.
I could spend hours and thousands of dollars in this store. They have every kitchen item/gadget you would ever need! I want to buy every copper pot in the store. The problem would be bringing them home to New York. This place is great and it seriously has no frills. Just baskets and shelves full of kitchen accessories, pots, tools, everything you would need. Pots as big as cars... well not that big, but almost.
A serious cook's Disneyland. The stuff they have here is top quality, some very hard to find elsewhere. For people visiting from the US, there are definitely items you cannot get in the US. I always visit when I'm in Paris. Souvenir shoppers: buy the Eiffel Tower cookie cutters...a useful souvenir!
Pricey.. But go and walk around. Pick up the carbon steel stuff (pans and knife), skip the copper, you can get a better deal in the States for the same gauge copper.
Expensive but excellent inventory and service. I remember the first time I happened upon it while wandering around Paris. I turned around and there it was, this store I had seen on an episode of the French Chef when I was a kid (and I wasn't looking for it). I bought Mauviel copper pots and knives that would have cost me a fortune in the States. I did not account that I would have to lug it around with me on the rest of my trip (they did not ship at the time). I still have it and love it though!
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