LES MADELEINES DE LIVERDUN

The story of Liverdun’s authentic madeleines can be traced back to the early 20th century, when baker Joseph Rouvenacht – ably assisted by his baker’s boy Marcel Chenel – capitalised on the influx of Nancy residents coming to relax on the banks of the Moselle in Liverdun and launched his now-famous biscuits.
The biscuits rose to national fame in 1927 during the Lorraine gastronomy day in Paris. After the war, Marcel’s sons André and Pierre Chenel continued to grow the business, selling the biscuits throughout eastern France.
In 2015, Société Clair de Lorraine took over the baton and vowed to perpetuate the company’s tradition and expertise.
The shop in Liverdun is located opposite the train station on Rue de la Gare.

Coordonnées

4 Place de la Gare
54460 LIVERDUN
03 83 24 54 23
Region Val de Lorraine
Close to Liverdun

Réservation

Informations complémentaires

  • Pratique de l'activité :
    • Indoor
  • Pets welcome :
    • NO
  • Groups welcome :
    • NO
  • Coach park :
    • YES
  • Documents available in: :
    • English
  • Individuals welcome :
    • Yes
    • Method of payment :
      • Carte Bleue
      • Bank and GIRO cheques
      • Cash
      • Europcard - Mastercard
      • Visa card
    • Product tasting :
      • Yes
    • Domaine d'Activité :
      • Alimentation
    • Informations Supplémentaires :
      • Produit du terroir
    From 01/01/2019 to 31/12/2019






    • * champs obligatoires