Saturday, 11 July 2015


One of the shops that has been empty for a long time is situated near Pizz’a Marco. For a long time it looked like there was going to be some sort of furniture shop or an interior decorator, but this spring, out of the blue, a delicatessen Les Saveurs de France opened its doors.

Les Saveurs de France
It advertises itself as épicerie fine and traiteur (caterer). Cormatin already has one épicerie/rôtisserie, and the new butcher is also a traiteur. And apart from that the Caveau du Figuier also sells stuff that would be available in a delicatessen.
The question arises how many shops of this kind can survive in the Metropolis Cormatin… He will certainly have to compete quality-wise with La Renaissance and price-wise with Epis & Riz, and possibly with the Caveau du Figuier as well. We have tried his shop when it just opened, and were content with what he had to offer.

Les Saveurs de France
Having said that, La Renaissance is definitely at least one class better based on our own experience.
Hopefully the new guy will find a formula that makes him (in a positive way) different from his competitors.
All shops in Cormatin are only a stone’s throw away from La Tuilerie de Chazelle.

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