Drum rolls. Delphine Plisson, the foodie, who reinvented Alimentation Générale, in a furiously hipster and trendy mode, is back in the running!
Three years after the opening of the mother-house located on Boulevard Beaumarchais, Maison Plisson has now settled on Marché Saint-Honoré, an area in serious lack of good products.
Juice bar, boulangerie, bakery, “salon des goûters”, a large pedestrian sun-filled terrace, charcuterie, fish, tripe, dairy shop,... For this new address, the owner has seen things in a very large scope.
Starting with the sweet department of Fou de Pâtisserie, where one finds the signature desserts of Pierre Hermé, Philippe Conticini as well as Christophe Adam.
Here, one comes to grocery shop, choose top notch meats, bread with good “good” gluten, the best fruit and vegetables, and the very best producer products. In short, the perfect address for a stylish dinner or a hot rod brunch.
We adore: the hardware store/house cleaning corner, filled with retro objects and kitchen utensils. Here one also finds all the collabs of Maison Plisson with the very best of French craftsmanship: a Le Creuset pot in cast-iron Bleu Plisson colour, the calendar or the Maison Plisson x L/Uniform shopping cart. In short, the new stylish palce for gifts.
Open every day from 8h30am until 9pm except Sunday from 9:30am to 8pm.
Also discover Maison Plisson, the Colette of Food in the Marais