Palet au chocolat, Maison Fouquet, Paris

Louis Fouquet

In the purest family tradition, Maison Louis Fouquet has been perpetuating its know-how for 150 years.

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It was on rue Laffitte that Louis Fouquet settled in 1852 to sell his homemade jams cooked in copper basins. Strawberry, rhubarb, apricot, everyone dreams of dipping their fingers in it! When the Chambeau family later decided to start making confectionery, they used the same passion and craftsmanship to make sour candies, crystal fruits or delicious calissons.

On the sidewalk opposite, in the workshop, everyone is busy preparing, shaping and packaging chocolates, pralines or fruit pastes. These delicacies of impeccable quality melt in the mouth, exalting the sweetness or bitterness that reveals the unique taste of each product, to the delight of your taste buds.

Between elegant woodwork and cement tiles, take a moment to enjoy the atmosphere of the historic boutique and choose from the multitude of boxes and ribbons, to leave with a case and personalized assortments. Real and unique for an authentic taste!

Gift ideas

There's nothing better than a gift of chocolates or other delicacies to give pleasure. Whether it's Christmas, Valentine's Day or Easter, don't miss an opportunity to fall back into childhood by passing through the door of one of Louis Fouquet's boutiques to find what you're looking for.

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36 Rue Laffitte
75009 Paris 9ème

    Days and opening hours

    Every day throughout the year between 11 am and 6.30 pm. Closed Saturday and Sunday.



    Spoken languages

    • French
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    36 Rue Laffitte
    75009 Paris 9ème

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