Père Claude’s three businesses are just a few steps away from each other: the historic restaurant, run by Père Claude himself since 1988, a delicatessen opened in 2009 and a bar, opened in May 2012 – these last two each owned by one of Claude's sons. The deli is top quality, its shelves loaded with carefully-sourced ingredients (rock salt, fine spices), gourmet conserves, sauces and homemade products: brie with truffles, terrines, sausages, merguez, and also tarts, pâtés and foie gras – some serious food shopping.
Among their seasonal festive specialities, there are Christmas birds, the traditional galettes des rois cakes, and black pudding. You can also find products from around the world; Italian, Spanish, Japanese and American. A superb address, though of course all this excellence comes at a price.
|Venue name:||L'Epicerie du Père Claude||Contact:|
4 rue du Général de Castelnau
|Opening hours:||Tous les jours de 10h à 23h|
|Transport:||Métro : La Motte-Picquet - Grenelle|