18 et 20, rue Coquillière 51, rue Jean- Jacques Rousseau
E.Dehillerin has been around since 1820, and is the place to shop for your kitchen utensils, bake ware and the like. It’s a foodie’s dream, a veritable playground of all things kitchen and cooking related are jam-packed into this beautiful, old space; think of it as a museum of cookery, where you can buy all of the pieces! So very dangerous…
It has a really cosy atmosphere, with lived-in wooden floors, cake tins piled high, and something new hidden around every corner. You feel like you really just want to hunker down and take everything home and spend the next 3 months cooking all of the amazing things going through your head as you’re inspired like a madman looking at all the goodies… It’s not just for your serious chefs though – even your every day cook like me can get a brand new wooden soon for a few euro, or some amazingly shaped cake and pie tins, cute little coffee cups, new cutlery for your kitchen table.. their wares also make wonderful souvenirs – way more authentic and original than another bloody Eiffel Tower statuette!