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E. Dehillerin

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E. Dehillerin

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18-20 Rue Coquilliere, 75001 Paris France
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lipstick_9 wrote a review Mar 2020
Richmond, Texas12 contributions7 helpful votes
The main purpose of my visit was to purchase a copper pot for my husband. The staff was very informative about the Mauviel copper. On my first visit, I explained that I was there to look and needed to come back later in the week. My daughter and I wandered around the store looking at all the many options of kitchen items. On the return trip to actually make our purchase, the sales guy remembered us. He even took special care to wrap the copper pot and write a sweet note on the outside paper with a curling ribbon! We had a delightful experience both time!
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Gail F wrote a review Jan 2020
Irvine, California208 contributions68 helpful votes
If you like cooking - it is a must. Bring an extra suitcase - so many things to purchase. The graduated rolling pins, copper pots/pans/serve ware, little Revol white dishes for serving jams/capers/mini desserts/mini soups, etc.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Vierdank wrote a review Jan 2020
Stockholm, Sweden3,733 contributions266 helpful votes
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You'll find Dehillerin right where it sholud be: at the corner of the old Les Halles market area and right next to the St Eustache church. Here the time has stood still for decades (or more) and the "torn and worn" interior has evidently become a trademark for the store. It is charming and quite wonderful to visit this shop - just for the ambiance. That aside, they do of course also sell something: heavy kitchen stuff - mainly aimed for pros, but many tourists nowadays finds there way to a casserole, beater or pot they actually don't need... Among the serious and fine cookware Dehillerin produces under their own brand are many copper utensils with genuine old fashion tin inside. Really heavy - and really pricy - stuff! I sincerely recommend a visit just to take in the feeling of this place - even if your'e not interested in cooking...
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Grace wrote a review Dec 2019
7 contributions2 helpful votes
Don't be intimidated by the ceiling-high shelves stocked with every shiny kitchen tool, copper pot and silicon mold your culinary heart could desire. This isn't Sur la Table or Williams Sonoma, where rolling pins and designer collab tools are styled next to fancy packaged pasta and themed seasonal linens. This very well organized professional store is equipped with a team who can properly assist you in finding what you're looking for (and maybe a few items you never knew you needed)! The prices are reasonable and you won't regret exploring this treasure trove. Your kitchen will thank you.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Linda K wrote a review Oct 2019
Port Saint Lucie, Florida2,342 contributions410 helpful votes
I love, love, love this store and purchase something on every trip to Paris. But every time we are in the store we notice other shoppers who are not aware of the pricing. To know the cost, look at the number on the item, then go to one of the numerous ring binders located throughout the store and look up the item number. There are two prices -- one without VAT and the higher one with VAT. Your price will be the one with the VAT. However, they will ship your items to the US and you will pay the lower price (without VAT), and often that difference will make up a substantial portion of the shipping cost. So, if you love to cook, this is your store -- but be an "informed" buyer.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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