Tomas Reger is a very creative chef based in Brno. He is brand ambassador for the Champagne Veuve Cliquot, and he will propose a selection of French finger food and specialties.
La Table is a family-owned French restaurant located in Prague´s Dejvice district where Chef Jean- Charles Berger and his team serves traditional dishes and regional specialties from all over France, for more than 8 years.
Our market menu will offer Mullard duck delicacies from Les Landes region of southwestern France such as traditional Fois Gras or baguette with juicy shredded duck confit and onion jam.
Authentic French onion soup and our beloved dessert from Bordeaux – Cannelé cupcakes must not be missed. Delicious raspberry – rosemary lemonade will provide a perfect refreshment for hot summer day.
Veuve Clicquot champagnes
Champagne is a wine of legend. The nearly 250 years history of the Veuve Clicquot House is marked by audacious wines, all of which respect the demand for quality that was the force that drove Madame Clicquot. True to this heritage, the House is proud of its motto: “Only one quality, the finest”.
Come enjoy and celebrate French culture with one of its most iconic Champagne House: Veuve Clicquot champagnes.
The Marché is a delicatessen, located in the Vinohrady district of Manesova 83, offering quality gastronomic products from all over France. We offer a wide range of farm products and local produce: cheese, cold cuts, wine, foie gras, poultry, oysters, sweet and savory groceries, fresh bread daily.
At the French market of Kampa, we are happy to propose you our selection of wines. Chateau Šafaříkova is a wine merchant and good things (e-shop and wine cellar) specializing in wines and French products.
Every taste of France
Have a taste of French cuisine – the salty one and the sweet one. We offer home made sandwiches, quiches, fresh baked bread, delicious salads and soups, but we can offer the sweet pastry, awesome cakes and ice-cream as well.
Atelier Red & Wine
Atelier Red and Wine offers specialities from both Corsica and South of France, particularly fish receppees and the traditional Corsican wild pig. We also make appetizers, and, among them : Pastis, orange and peach wine, Corsican cheeses and Summer Rosé wine. On the Kampa french market this year, our stand will feel like being in Corsica or Cote d’Azur.
Château De Croute
Located upstream from the village of Bourg en Gironde, Le Château de Croûte overlooks its vineyard located on the borders of the Dordogne. Family-owned since the 1950s, today it is Laurent Chassin who will welcome you to taste his wines and share his passion. Composed of a dozen hectares, with Bordeaux Supérieur and Côtes de Bourg designation, the vineyard, aged on average 40 years old, is made up of Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc, Malbec and Petit Verdot.
The Mister French Cheese of Prague, the most well-known cheese dealer on the markets who goes under the pseudonym of “Ministre de Fromage”. Fransyr offers a very large selection of refined cheeses, coming from all regions throughout France. On the French market you can, of course, do your shopping, but benefit too from Fransyr’s taster plates on the spot!
A choice of traditional French sausages over 2 ranges: The “Forest range”: A dozen specialities of 200g sausages, made with a natural casing, they are attached only with a string. The meats used to produce the saucisson have a lean meat content of around 80%. You can find different varieties: Herb, Pepper, Smoked, Cepes mushrooms, Hazelnut, Fig, Duck, Wild Boar, Beaufort, Pheasant and Cognac. The “Hunter’s range”: This range includes a dozen specialities of 160g-180g sausages, made with a natural casing. The meats used to make these saucissons have a lean meat content of around 70%. You can find the following varieties: Nut, Hazelnut, Donkey, Armagnac, Auvergne Blue Cheese, Chestnut, Fig, Goat’s Cheese, Garlic, Olive, Venison, Ox, …
La Cave d’Adrien (Adrien’s Cellar)
A new exhibitor on the markets, La Cave d’Adrien made their place thanks to their good humour and especially thanks to their selective range of wines for all budgets. La Cave D’Adrien will complete their range with some Nougat.
La Ferme Elizalda (The Elizalda Farm)
Welcome to La Ferme Elizaldia, located in Gamarthe in the very heart of the Basque Country, 10km from Saint-Jean-Pied-de-Port. Jean Baptiste Loyatho has been a pig breeder and feeder since 1983. He produces heavy pigs, from 120kg to 130kg in carcass-form, raised until 8 to 10 months to achieve a mature and ripe meat. All pork produced are developed in Gamarthe, following traditional Basque recipes: flavours, joy and sharing are the keywords emanating his passion. Farm products: pork products: PGI Bayonne ham, Gold Medal Winner at the Concours Général Agricole 2011 (General Farming Competition 2011); sausages; Basque Country traditional fresh products and conserves.
The widest offer of the southern France wines on the Czech market including outstanding wines from all other French wine regions. Please, come to our stand to taste wines from small winemakers of the following wine regions: Languedoc-Roussillon, Val de Loire and Vallée du Rhône including Champagne Premier Cru. There will be also a wine that can be found in the finest French restaurants including those with three Michelin stars! Our philosophy: strict selection of small family wineries with superior quality products with a focus on the best ratio quality/price. We offer wines of all types: from wines for everyday consumption to wines for the top gastronomy.
L’Epicerie Fine (The Delicatessen)
L’Epicerie Fine (The Delicatessen) Knife-cut ham, a selection of French cheeses, and baked goat’s cheese.
Les crêpes bretonnes (Breton pancakes)
Hana and Benoit, from Brittany and with their setup in the Czech Republic for the last 10 years, will offer the whole range of Breton sugared and salted pancakes. Their stand will be located opposite the cider stand.
Les escargots de Bourgogne (Bourgogne snails)
A traditional recipe with a butter, parsley and garlic base, in a shell. Notice to connoisseurs. More than 8000 snails sold over the previous editions.
The Lillet aperitif was born in Podensac, a small village located south of Bordeaux.
It comes from a subtle blend of rigorously selected wines and fruit macerations.
It is our customers who speak best of us:
We’ve visited many coffee places in Prague but this one stays number 1. Beautiful, amazing delicious cakes! And the great selection of macarons, even in Paris we didn’t find so many types of macarons in the same place.
La Provence sets itself up on the French market. On each one of our markets, it is always the most beautiful of the stands! Decorated with care, you will find perfumes, soaps, decorative items, flowers on this stand… and, of course, a whole array of Lavender-based products. This year on the market, Lavandule will also offer Lavender Lemonade.
In June 2018, one of the greatest British newspapers asked this question: Is it possible that crémant was the best kept secret of sparkling wine producers? We think the answer is in any case yes!
The name crémant describes one type of French sparkling wine. Unlike its famous relative champagne, which is produced in only one French region (Champagne), crémant is a quality label – the production of sparkling wine by the traditional method used in more regions.
Today in France there are 7 regions producing crémants with the designation AOC namely Crémant d’Alsace, Crémant de Bourgogne, Crémant de Bordeaux, Crémant de Die, Crémant du Jura , Crémant de Limoux and Crémant de Loire.
Open air gastronomy❤️Traditional homemade French salads, grilled duck breast, tiger prawns, octopus, artichokes with Beluga lentils, mussels Sant. Michel, Bouchot with saffron and Crémant “Champagne” rosé.
…nabízíme mnohem více než jen vynikající pečivo. “Naše ambice je prodávat umění žít po francouzsku.”
PEKÁRNA Nostress Bakery
It is our customers who speak best of us:
The best bakery in Prague.
A perfect atmosphere. The friendliness of the staff. Bread made on the spot delicious. Sandwiches varied. And croissants as good as at the best French pastry chefs. You have to make the detour absolutely. Good surprise