It’s in the heart of the village of Auteuil, a neighbourhood well-known for its writers, for its lifestyle and its architecture, that the Confiseur d’Auteuil opened its doors in 1913. While strolling in Auteuil, immerse yourself in the literary universe of Boileau and Molière by stopping in front of the Mouton Blanc, relive certain scenes from the Count of Montecristo at 32 Aureuil Streer, travel back in time to the Enlightenment at 59 Auteuil Street where Madame Helvetius loved to welcome the great minds of the period and discover the original architecture of Le Courbusier or Guimard here and there on the appealing and pleasant streets around and on Auteuil street. Since a century, the Maison Servant has been welcoming its visitors in the beautiful frame of its creation, and the chocolate is still done there.
Adress and Contact
Monday : closed during august
Tuesday to saturday : 10 am to 7 pm
Sunday : closed during august
How to find us
Subway line 9 , station Michel-Ange Auteuil