Shopping aveyronnais in Paris

Causse Shop 

Beneath the arcades of the rue de Castigione (Paris 1), only a few yards from the Place Vendôme, the Parisian Boutique of Causse is in the heart of historical quarter of tailors, boot-makers, glove-makers and other jewels of luxury craftsmanship. Here Causse presents its collections of gloves with their timeless style. Discover our women’s collection.

Lunel Jewelry 

Dominique Frappé, qui dirige la “Bijouterie Lunel” (Paris 16) est diplômé de l’horlogerie Anet mondialement connue et expert en pierres précieuses et bijoux, souhaite que sa passion soit partagée de la manière la plus professionnelle et la plus professionnelle possible. Et soyez sûr est un expert de belles oeuvres d’art! Il sera toujours là pour aider et guider ses clients – en choisissant un collier de perles, une montre antique, ou à la réalisation d’une bague de fiançailles.

Comptoirs Richard 

Coffee roasting is a delicate and skilled procedure. It is the roasting process, which transforms green coffee beans into a product which can be brewed, and unlocks the aromatic elements of the beans to create the volatile aromas, of which there are no less than 700. With a range of superb blends Cafés Richard is proud to offer you the very finest in coffee.

A la Ville de Rodez 

Anyone seeking for exceptional french culinary products will find them at A la Ville de Rodez. In Paris, this shop in the heart of Le Marais, is one of best place to find genuine aveyronnaises products. Since it was founded in 1920, it has supplied generations of Aveyronnais settled in Paris with products which couldn’t be found anywhere else in the Capitale. Products with strange names like estofinado, rissoles, aligot.