Charcuterie Paris

5 Amazing Charcuterie Shops in Paris

Discover 5 incredible charcutiers in Paris

Like many of France’s European neighbours, France does charcuterie really well and our guide will help you find the best charcuterie in Paris. From cured sausages to goose rillettes (confited and pulled meat), France has an amazing array of quality charcuterie products which, of course go incredibly well with French cheese.

You will be able to find charcuterie almost anyway in the capital, from cheap €2 bags of pre sliced saucisson in supermarkets to charcuterie planches in the city’s terrasses or bistros. However if you’re looking for something really special to enjoy on a picnic or during l’apéro before dinner, we’ve got a guide to the best charcuterie shops in Paris. Oh and most of them stock canned or jarred items to take back as a souvenir.

Where to buy charcuterie in Paris

Paris has some amazing charcuterie shops to offer but they can be located way off the popular tourists areas. This guide will help you plan your trip to ensure you can get only the best charcuterie in the city of light.

Cul de Cochon

Cul de Cochon (literally the pig’s ass) is a popular chain of charcuterie shops in Paris. They currently have 5 addresses across the capital including a new location within the Franklin D. Roosevelt metro stop on the Champs-Elysées. Other locations include one shop in the popular Odéon/St Germain des Pres area and one on the famous rue Montorgueil. They have a wide selection of cured French sausage, cured pork and beef hams and fresh sandwiches made in-house on the day if you want to have some for lunch! I’d recommend trying their smoked duck rillettes – perfect with a fresh baguette.

charcuterie Paris cul de cochon


Métro Franklin D. Roosevelt, 75008
37 rue Rambuteau 75004
98 rue Montorgueil 75002
89 Rue St Charles 75015
32 rue de Buci 75006


Lastre Sans Apostrophe

Lastre Sans Apostrophe is a fantastic charcuterie traiteur in the 7th Arrondissement in Paris, started by Yohan Lastre after winning the coveted “Best Pate en Croute” award in 2012. Having worked in the Ritz and La Tour d’Argent, Lastre brings a whole load of knowledge to the table and there’s not just pâté en croute on show here. Expect a host of takeaway dishes (traditional French food of course) and jars of home made pickles. You do, of course, have try his pate en croute and there are many variations of it – including duck and foie gras. If you’re not sure where to start try the famous pork, chicken and pistachio pate en croute.

Address: 188 Rue de Grenelle, 75007
Tel: 01 40 60 70 27

Maison Vérot

Started in 1930 Maison Vérot has become very well known in the charcuterie world. They currently have 5 shops in the capital including 4 in the central arrondissements. One shop to note is in Galleries Lafayettes on the Champs-Élysées (in the food/maison area) – it’s a perfect location to grab some quality charcuterie when you’re shopping. Famous for their home jarred pâté and rillettes and of course their gold star winning white ham.

charcuterie Paris maison verot


3 rue Notre-Dame des Champs, 75006
38 rue de Bretagne, 75003
60 avenue des Champs-Élysées, 75008 Galeries Lafayette Champs-Elysée
40 boulevard Haussmann, 75009 – Galeries Lafayette Gourmet
7 rue Lecourbe, 75015


Maison Thielen

Located on the famous rue de Martyrs, Maison Thielen was started by Stéphane Thielen, a master of traditional charcuterie methods. From a classic pâté de campagne to boudin noir (a black pudding sausage), there’s a whole range of different options to try. Their wine makers pie for 4 (Tourte vigneronne) is a speciality and comprises of home made pastry surrounding a mixture of pork, chicken and mushrooms. If you’re just wanting a small speciality, try their Bouchée à la reine ris de veau et morilles for one (veal sweetbread and morel pie) – it’s incredible.

Maison thielen paris

Address: 21 rue des Martyrs, 75009
Tel: 01 48 78 30 19

Pascal Joly

Pascal Joly, who has been a Meilleur Ouvrier de France (an award given to only the best of their craft) started his charcutier in 2013. Located in the capitals 15th Arrondissement, Pascal Joly’s products are all home made and 100% natural. His award winning fromage de tête is definitely worth a try (a terrine made of head meat).

Address: 89 rue Cambronne, 75015
Tel: 01 47 83 79 85

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