Over the years, these products have earned their place as landmarks in the Marquet story, affording us recognition and fame. Call by, therefore, to savour these not-to-be-missed delicacies, as well-loved by our habitués as surprising for first-time customers, and so appreciated by all. (When it’s really good, people understand fast!)
Whether it be to accompany an apéritif at home, or on the terrace of Viniteca Marquet, or as a first course at Restaurant Marquet, this ham is the worldwide benchmark, especially when sliced ‘à la Marquet’.
Carpier Smoked Salmon
Norway is a renowned salmon-producing country, where nonetheless one can find the excellent, the good, and the less good. From which of these three categories, in your opinion, does the salmon sold at Marquet come?
Marquet ‘Mi-Cuit’ Foie Gras
Ham, salmon and oysters cannot be homemade. But foie gras can! So, here, we produce our own. Of course…
Gillardeau ‘Spéciales’ Oysters
“These are more than ‘just’ a classic; what we are speaking of here is the Rolls-Royce of oysters!” That is how the Gillardeau ‘Spéciales’ team present them… and Marquet customers concur.
The story is quite simple. In Toulouse, the renowned cheese merchant Xavier offers the finest cheeses: Comté, Camembert, Morbier, Moulis, Bichonnet, Stichelton… Here in Andorra, it is Marquet’s pleasure to offer them to you. A particular marvel amongst these marvellous cheeses is the truffled Brie.
85%, 72%, 70%, 66%, 64%, 46%, 40%, 36%, 33%, 32%, Caramel, Nut, Orange, Dulcey, White, Black for cooking, White for cooking, Carrés, Bouchées, Sweets… Is that sufficient to tempt you?