The authentic Maison du Biscuit
a favourite with foodies
A vintage setting in the heart of La Manche
Prepare for a treat at La Maison du Biscuit, with its charming facades decorated to look like a 1900s street. Inside, the vintage decor will take you back in time and the delicious smell of baking will tickle your taste buds!
La Maison du Biscuit dates back to 1905 and is one of the last artisanal biscuit factories in Normandy. It’s a family business, and the Burnouf family have been passing on their biscuit-making expertise for five generations.
Biscuits made in La Manche
In the factory next to the shop, the team makes all sorts of sweet treats: financiers, chocolate chip, caramel and hazelnut cookies, sponge fingers, coconut macaroons, brownies, raisin cakes and shortbread. All the biscuits are “home-made” and use local ingredients wherever possible.
You’ll also find lots of other artisanal products at La Maison du Biscuit, including chocolates, deli foods and teas. Be sure to stock up on scrumptious souvenirs before you head home.
Treat yourself to the “Assortiment Dégustation”, an assortment of eight house specialities.
A tasty break in the tea room
While you’re at La Maison du Biscuit, why not take a break in the tea room next to the shop? If you love a cuppa, take your pick from the great range of teas on offer. In autumn, indulge yourself in the special hot chocolate. Drinks are served with several house specialities. Sit down and relax while you enjoy a tasty treat! Every Sunday morning, the tea room at La Maison du Biscuit serves breakfast from 9.00 a.m. to 10.30 a.m. Tuck in to their delicious home-made brioche and local jams.