Epicerie : [a-pe-sa-re]
1. a store selling foods already prepared or requiring little preparation for serving, as cooked meats, homemade rillettes and terrines, Hervé Mons cheese board and cured ham from Madame Duffieux from Auvergne.
2. Baguettes and croissants freshly baked. French butter and “les confitures de la création” from Pyrénées. Handmade chocolates from Verdier and macarons from Pontalier.
3. French Apéritifs: Ricard, Crème de Cassis, crémant d’Alsace…
Digestives : wide variety of Calvados and Armagnac…
Wines from Languedoc to Alsace, Bordeaux or Bourgogne and Champagnes, pink or not.
4. At l’escargot Bleu épicerie, 56A Broughton Street, you can also find copper pots, cast iron pans and beautiful poteries from France.
It is all worth a visit, as l’épicerie de l’escargot Bleu does exactly what it says on the door, serving you with “French twist using the best of Scotland”.
Welcome to l’épicerie.
Fred Berkmiller, French restaurator established in the UK since 1988.
In our laboratory at l'épicerie, we are pleased to cater for you, weaver you are looking for a buffet or a three course meal.
Monday to Saturday
open 10am until 6.30pm.
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