A gourmet break in Versailles

All the kings and queens of France had a sweet tooth. Louis XIII was particularly fond of jams, especially at the end of a meal. As for Louis XIV, he had a keen taste for marrons glacés and patisseries. Louis XV quickly revealed his fondness for hot chocolate and never tired of extolling its reviving, stimulating and aphrodisiac effects. Lastly, Marie-Antoinette quickly chose the macaron as her culinary mascot, for which she had an immoderate liking.
Artisan biscuit makers specialised in producing hand-made Versailles cookies, which are baked fresh on site every morning and made following the original recipes of those who first created them.
Shop delicatessen - Tableware - Decoration workshops and tastings
Makers of regional craft-made chocolates. Artistry and chocolate combine for the delight of your eyes and your taste buds.
This market, a true crossroad of colours and flavours, is the loveliest in the Ile-de-France region !