Time Out says
This temple of good taste is located on the ground floor of Le Bon Marché, Paris’s oldest department store, where its bakery, patisserie, butcher’s and cheese shop will all urge you to give in to gourmet temptation. Prices depend on the age and origin of the product, so you can just as easily enjoy a delicious pistachio macaroon for two euros as bankrupt yourself for a bottle of olive oil. The main advantage of this great grocery is the incredible diversity and exclusivity of its products. Red salt from Hawaii, truffle tagliatelle, rosewater infusions, bergamot-scented financier biscuits... You’re sure to find your heaven in these gourmet aisles, laid out in order of the origin of products.
Le Bon Marché
38 rue de Sèvres
|Transport:||Métro : Vaneau ou Sèvres-Babylone|
|Opening hours:||Open 8.30am-9pm Mon-Sat|