You know that feeling: you come back from your holiday in France, walk into the supermarket and can beat yourself up for not buying the hypermarché last week. Because often the best memories of France are those culinary moments. Entrance to Epicerie de Pijp in Amsterdam: you really get all the French delicacies you’ve ever craved.
Epicure de Pijp
‘Your neighborhood shop with French delicacies’ is the headline of the website. And that’s all we want. Around the corner from the Albert Cuyp in Amsterdam, you can imagine yourself in the corridors of a real delicatessen in France.
You will of course find a selection of French wines, the indispensable cheeses and a wide variety of meats. But that’s not all.
Also expect the entire line of sauces from the super-French Bénédicta, really every conceivable form of rillettes , different types of truffles, honey and the really tasty chocolate spreads (with salted butter!). Because yes, those with a sweet tooth are also guaranteed to get their money’s worth here. Macarons, madeleines and a whole range of all kinds of typical French sweets: you can be sure that your favorite is among them.
France in Amsterdam
Owners Atilla Gokalp and Aïcha Merabi came up with the idea because of the conclusion from which the best ideas arise: the concept did not yet exist. Merabi therefore selects the products herself – after all, she comes from France, so she knows all about it – and imports them from her home country.
The feuilletee (puff pastry with butter) is especially popular, we read in the Parool , “Many recipes don’t work with Dutch puff pastry,” says Gokalp.
The address of Epicerie de Pijp
You will find Epicerie de Pijp in a former warehouse at 175h Govert Flinkstraat in Amsterdam.
Opening hours: Monday to Saturday from 10:00 to 19:30
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