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La Grande Épicerie de Paris, Paris

(4.5/5 based on 600+ reviews on the web)
The giant upscale food store La Grande Épicerie de Paris sells 30,000 gourmet products. It occupies nearly 3,000 sq m (32,290 sq ft) in the chic Left Bank department store, which is housed in a classic building designed by Gustave Eiffel. Select from the freshest fruits and vegetables in the produce department. The grocery department features thousands of items, including seafood, cheeses, and wine. On-site kitchens make artisan breads, brightly colored patisseries, and sure-to-delight gourmet dishes. Plan to visit La Grande Épicerie de Paris during your Paris vacation using our convenient Paris trip generator.
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  • Apart from the framework everything is bad the infected Caesar, barely pleasant staff! Looks like robots in service is better buy a sandwich at the large grocery store and go out to eat on the street!
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  • A heavenly address for the eyes and the taste buds! If you choose the day of your visit, go on a Saturday morning, it's even more magical with artisans from all sides. The range of product is incredible and much richer than the lafayette gourmet, for example. Wine shops are good advice. Brief as you are tourist or Parisian, if gluttony is your guilty pleasure don't miss this disneyland of the taste buds.
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  • I cannot go to Paris without passing by La Grande Epicerie. Of course some things are way expensive there, but you can also find affordable items. They have the most exclusive things I have ever seen....  more »
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  • If you are searching for something delicious, this would be a good place to start. Prepared foods, meat, cheese, wine, bread. Prices are in line with other gourmet spots. Lots of trendy products, of course. I suppose there must be a reason that someone would spend 50 euros on a bottle of "Bling" bottled water, but it's lost on me.
  • Extremely rude service! I was politely asking about were to pay for an item and I got a frustrated disrespectful response from the baker. You would think a store that sells foreign goods, that the staff will be friendly to foreigners.
  • The setting is amazing, you can feel it in the price, still the variety is the best in Paris. If you are looking for something special you may find it in La grande Epicierie.
  • This is the paradise for any foodie. You will not believe the variety and quality of the products. Don't forget to go downstairs to the cellar and ask any questions you have about wine. The employees are very helpful and extremely knowledgeable - the butcher took the time to explain to us all aspects of maturing core de boef and it sounded like a science course!
  • A humongous and amazing international supermarket. If you're looking for high-quality stuff from around the world, or looking to buy Parisian (food-related) souvenirs for people back home, this is a great place to start. It's quite an experience just walking around and browsing.