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For over 25 years La Cure Gourmande glad gourmands biscuits , sweets and chocolates made in France in its workshops. This concept is a circus in a poetic sense , emotionally charged and affective anchors that make the beauty of true stories.
Went into the shop with my two kids. One candy was broken as it dropped and the employee was very rude about it. Not easy with two 5 yearsolds in a candy store when the bins are overflowing. After that we changed our minds about...More
Maud B, Responsable relations clients at La Cure Gourmande Montmartre, responded to this reviewResponded 8 June 2018
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You are disappointed in your experience in our Montmartre store, we deeply regret it. Attendance is extremely important to us and we train our staff to be as...More
If you want something more authentic than grocery store bought French cookies and chocolates, this was one of the better places we found. Granted, a 6 pack of chocolate bars is a little pricey (about 20 euros), but you won't find these at any other...More
La Cure Gourmande is an old-fashioned confectionery store where you will get a wide variety of sweets, biscuits, chocolates, nougats, caramels and other sweet treats. The caramels are to die for and my favourite caramel is the fleur de sel. The nougats and cookies are...More
We were waiting for the show of Moulin Rouge , so we got some time to walk around Montmartre and bumped into this shop that sell different kinds of gourmet cookies, from almond, orange, peach to chocolate, a little pricey but well worth trying, they...More
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