Maison Plisson, the Colette for foodies !

Maison Plisson

Anyone who stopped by Boqueria about this ultra-trendy market of Barcelona where one comes to nibble on a corner table or have a coffee while shopping.

In a furiously Parisian version, this is exactly what Delphine Plisson if offering with Maison Plisson, a real Colette of food that has just opened its doors in the High Marais. Imagine  an XXL “General store” revisited with a chic touch where one finds the most trendy products: wines, fruit and vegetables, including amazing flour or top notch butter!

In every corner of this “super” market, an amazing baker (Liberté by Benoit Castel), a Meilleur Ouvrier de France butcher and lots of other great surprises...  The must? Their veggie peeling corner for lazy bones.

But what we highly recommend is to come discover this “wowie” place and grocery shop while having lunch at the communal table of Bruno Doucet, the amazing chef of Régalade. Another must, staying for a late happy hour and coming home with your dinner.

Cool: finally a deluxe grocery store that closes late for overbooked working-girls.

Open every day from 8:30am to 9pm. On Sunday from 8:30am to 5pm.

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Where to find it?

Maison Plisson

35 place du Marché Saint-Honoré

75001 Paris

01 83 97 96 96

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