Here is a selection of food shops close to the house. You can get there easily on foot. For your convenience, you’ll find a shopping trolley in the kitchen

Where to shop in Honfleur …

Fish, seafood, shellfish, fish soup and garlic croutons

At Les Embruns, the fishmonger, Jean-Michel sells impeccably fresh fish, seafood and shellfish. You can order seafood platters priced 15 to 35 Euros.

Les embruns

28, rue de la République
14600 Honfleur
02 31 89 29 56

Normandy cheeses, eggs and dry-cured hams

At La Fromagère et le Vigneron you’ll be buying cheeses and cream, and also soups, eggs, charcuterie, not forgetting wine of course.

La fromagère et le vigneron

29, rue de la République
14600 Honfleur
02 31 88 60 54

Organic fruit and vegetables, herbs, jam and honey

Maxime and Morgane opened their organic fruit and vegetables shop last September. Maxime also has a stand at the organic street market.


34, rue de la République
14600 Honfleur
02 31 88 03 23

...less than 5 minutes away from the house?

Traditional butchers, selection of charcuterie

The Saint-Léonard butcher’s shop in Honfleur is well worth walking another 100 meters for and you will discover a charming part of town. Facing the church, the shop offers a warm welcome, excellent advice and reasonable prices.

La boucherie Saint-Léonard

22 Place Saint-Léonard
14600 Honfleur
02 31 89 41 33

Fine wine, beer, aperitifs, a good selection of Calvados

The Feuille de Vigne owned by Hervé and Régine Lestage is a Honfleur institution. Just behind the Vieux-Bassin, a must if you are having guests in for drinks and appetizers. A fin selection of wines, spreads and Calvados.

La feuille de Vigne
24, rue du Dauphin
14600 Honfleur
02 31 98 78 96

Bread, pastries, croissants, chocolates

Loïc Tétard’s Les Blés d’Or is yet another Honfleur institution. One of the last genuine artisan bakers and pastry chefs in the rue du Dauphin, now alas overrun by industrial chocolate and biscuit merchants.

Maison Tétard

41 Rue du Dauphin
14600 Honfleur
02 31 89 28 66