Customers stop into La Crèmerie for the company as much as for the great cheeses. Shop owner Dominique used to be a nurse so is a past master at cheerful chat (and watching calorie counts).
French cheeses are her speciality, from a colourful wheel of wildflower Tomme from the Austrian Alps to Black Brie from Île de France, Saint-Félicien from Isère, small goats cheeses coated in cranberries from the Dordogne and many more – check out the cute heart-shaped Coeur de Neufchatel, the Corsican Brin d’Amour and little Boutons de Culotte. A smaller selection of British, Italian, Dutch and Spanish cheeses is available too, including Italian Burrata, Shropshire Blue, pesto and pine nut Gouda, pepper Pecorino and Manchego.
Also in stock are condiments and cold meats, seasonal wines, Brasserie la Baleine craft beers and prepared foods to take home: stuffed tomatoes with rice, homemade pâtés, mushroom duxelles, potato patties, terrines, blue cheese soufflés, quiches and canelés. We’d love to live around the corner from this one.
|Venue name:||La Crèmerie|
rue de Lancry
|Opening hours:||Mon-Fri 9.30am-1.30pm and 4pm-8pm, Sat 10am-8pm|
|Transport:||Métro: Jacques Bonsergent|