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Fromagerie Laurent Dubois, Paris

(4.6/5 based on 120+ reviews on the web)
Fromagerie Laurent Dubois is a perfect destination for those wanting to sample Grade A cheeses at the peak of their quality, each selected for its ripeness. Cheeses from France and elsewhere are presented in a way for you to sample different families of the product. At Fromagerie Laurent Dubois, you will be able to appreciate the textures and smells of cheeses carefully prepared by the team. You can also meet the producers, who often visit the shop to introduce their products and offer tastings.

The shop is available in two locations in Paris, and the services also include providing for events and wrapping your purchases in vacuum packs to make transport easier. It couldn't be easier to arrange your visit to Fromagerie Laurent Dubois and many more Paris attractions: make an itinerary online using Inspirock's Paris tourist route planner.
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  • Let me respond to this totally inappropriate notice of a poor person who claims to love the taste: you start to want to spend for someone who likes to have fun, but in the next sentence you already begin to criticize the price of the product? In addition, you seem to stall "visually" to set the time of ripening of a County? If this is the case I urge you to get started in the business, you have a gift. No joke and I hope that my opinion will awaken you, check out: you got a problem of taste; share your comparison between a County at Monoprix and one of them, any client trying to both would be hallucinated by your comments so the gap is huge between these 2 products. Do you know the difference between foie gras and pâté of liver? Sir, I submit to you that you do not like cheese. The meanness of your words as well as the delirious comparison about products out of category to this brand that strives to meet the demand, especially during these holidays, suggests that you are not so cheese lover. Do you really admit your claim, or are you just a humbug of the net? Go eat (that's the term for those who did not know the good things) your County Chairman, and if you are so happy, buy as many as you can you, you who know put the price... Cheese lovers: I assure you do not take into account the opinion of that loser
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  • I like luxury goods and am ready to pay the price it takes to savor a delicious cheese, but here, it must be acknowledged that he not there no connection between stratospheric prices charged by this cheese factory and poor quality products offered to customers. Yesterday I bought a small piece of County of (allegedly) 18 months I paid 10 euros (38 euros per kilogram): there is no difference with a vulgar supermarket product (I think I can even ensure that County at Monoprix is of a higher quality!). County pieces are already pre-cut in advance and wrapped in a film. We feel that landlords, obsessed with economic rationality, want to maximize profits and reduce the time spent on the service. They certainly don't like their job! I also bought a small sheep, the small Bee: no taste, certainly suit lovers of kiri. Cheese to jams and oilseeds are there to lure the barge, suckers that fall into the first panel here. Of course, the service is deplorable! What are we in Paris, in a pretentious luxury store... Avoid this brand... Brief an Mof very blah!
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  • Amazing little cheese shop that has every kind of cheeses you can think of. The staff, much to my surprise was very helpful and spoke english. 
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  • Excellent cheese range and selection. Could eat everything here. Must visit for any cheese lover. Will not be disappointed at all.
  • Fantastic little fromage shop. The smell was heavenly. Lots of different hard and soft cheeses. The employee was friendly and attempted to help the best she could with her limited english.
  • A quaint cheese shop with friendly staff and a wide selection of cheeses. Lots of samples available to try which is always nice.
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  • Propably the best shop in Paris to buy cheese, a little pricy but they sell everything at the point ready to eat, may I suggest the old Cantal they have? It's like an angel on your tongue...