The Opera neighborhood is filled with office spaces and the working Parisians looking for a smart and tasty lunch break (seat or take away) already love Galeries Lafayette Gourmet.
This brand new food court opened in September 2014 on the ground and lower floors of Galerie Lafayette Department Store, one of the pillars of the Parisian life for more than a century. Your perfect stop after or before shopping.
What used to be the Men’s Fashion section is now a food heaven. Lafayette Gourmet covers 3,600 square-meters and features 14 outlets serving food, with something to satisfy every fancy. With some new concepts and the best-known food brands around, Lafayette Gourmet becomes a shrine to gastronomy and the pleasures of eating, whether for the everyday grocery shop (lower floor) or for a truly exceptional gourmet experience (ground floor).
As baskets fill with treats from macarons at Pierre Hermé pâtisserie, caviar at Maison Petrossian or Liberté bakeries, you are spoiled for choice by the range of top quality delicatessen fare, fresh produce, French specialities and international delicacies to eat there or to go (it goes with high prices of course).
What to eat? With 14 places to eat, this high temple of gastronomy offers delights for every palate.
For a morning break: Café Cuillier. For those in a rush: Prêt à Manger. For dim sum and noodles: Tafa. For shirashi: Paris Tokyo. Iberian cured ham: Cinco Jotas. Pizza by the slice: Salumeria Rosi. Ice creams: Pedone. Greek mezze: Mavrommatis. Caviar: Petrossian. Burgers: Steak Point. A charcuterie platter: Paulette. A cheese- board: La Table du Fromager. Oysters: Fish Point. Vegetarian cuisine: Veggie Point.
When? From Monday to Saturday / from 8:30am to 9:30pm
For more information, check out the official website.
Monday to Saturday
Where: 40 Boulevard Haussmann, Paris, France
Metro: Chaussée d'Antin (Line 9)