City Guide: Paris
A one-of-a-kind shop with incredible spices for the curious cook and eater.
Michelin-star chef Olivier Roellinger is a “haute couture” chef when it comes to his passion—spices. His blends offer complex savors like a fine perfume, and you can source the world’s best quality spices from their natural terroir. Varieties from around the world are presented in glass canisters for sniffing and sampling before making your selection. Each pre-blended spice mix comes with a story and recommendations while the broad and complex selection of vanilla offers something for every dish. The quality of these flavor enhancers can make the difference in a good recipe and a fantastic meal. Expert staff can help with even the most precise culinary queries.
Spices / Curious Cooks
Hours: Tue-Sat 10 a.m.-7 p.m.; Closed Sundays, Mondays and August holidays
Location: 2nd Arrondissement
Address: 51 bis, rue Sainte-Anne
Phone: 01 42 60 46 88
- Metro: Pyramides / Quatre-Septembre / Bourse
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