April 7, 2019

Off The Beaten Path In Paris: La Ferme d'Alexandre

La Ferme d’ Alexandre

Located just a block away from La Grande Épicerie in Saint Germain, la Ferme d'Alexandre doesn't feel "off the beaten path," but I wanted to share it with you anyway. I've come to love this place, not only for their fabulous cheese selection, but for the kindness and knowledge of  the owner Alex, and the entire staff.

La Ferme d’Alexandre

Saint Nectaire

I shop here every week to  buy fromage for the French cheese workshop we offer at Paris by Mouth, so I've gotten to know them and what they offer very well. And if you follow me on Instagram, you've most likely seen many of their cheeses and their beautiful blue and gold tile floor!


They always have some interesting sheep milk cheeses from the Pyrénées and right now their goat cheese section is amazing! You can also find the last raw milk farmer produced Époisses in France here, as well as a handful of delicious Italian cheeses.
And in addition to cheese, there is a good selection of charcuterie, unpasteurized butter, cream straight from farms in Normandy, honey, small producer wine and jam, and bread on the weekends.
If you find yourself near either of Alex's fromageries, they are definitely worth a visit!

La Ferme d’ Alexandre

La Ferme d'Alexandre
19 rue Saint-Placide
75006 Paris


21 rue Mouton Duvernet
75014 Paris


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Betty Carlson said...

This place looks extraordinary!

Taste of France said...

French cheeses are works of art.

Rhodesia said...

Wish we lived a little closer that looks like a brilliant place to shop for cheese. Bonne journée, Diane