© Thomas Fromager

Thomas Laval crossed the Seine. Already established for ten years on rue du Commerce, one of the liveliest and most pleasant streets on the left bank (in the 15th arrondissement), this cheesemonger has just opened a new address at 13, rue Rambuteau (4th), very close of Beaubourg. “I always loved this neighborhood where I worked when I was a student and I dreamed of coming back one day. »

Thomas Fromager therefore replaces Les fromages de Raphaëlle, an excellent professional much appreciated by her customers, who has set off on new adventures.

Thomas Fromager Marais

The task was therefore not easy. With his young family team, the newcomer took on the challenge with flying colors, to the great relief of the neighborhood's residents.

The welcome is warm and the quality products come directly from the producers via Franck Gratiot, a famous agent at the Rungis market whose reputation is firmly established.

A fine gourmet, the new cheesemaker on Rue Rambuteau, aged 37, has his own preferences: 24-month Comté, Reblochon, Gabarre (a raw milk goat's cheese), “three refined products”.

Raclette cheeses – Photo: Thomas Fromager

But in this country with 258 varieties of cheese - France - its selection is obviously wider: truffled brie, briquette, fresh goat's cheese, coulommiers, Perche clover, sheep's tomme, etc. Also on the menu: the famous Bordier butter from Saint-Malo and a little cold meats, “to help out”. “And soon, we will launch snacking, with a menu renewed every day which will include croque-monsieur,” specifies the thirty-year-old cheesemaker. 

Thomas Fromager
13 Rue Rambuteau, 75004 Paris
Tuesday to Saturday 9:30 a.m. to 20:00 p.m.
Sunday 10 a.m. to 00 p.m.
Tel: +01 42 72 73 56

Text: Katia Barillot

23.12.21

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