Le petit zeste - Le petit zeste

Le petit zeste

Dominique and Eloi make sweet and savoury cookies using local or French ingredients

  • Montpellier, France: Based in or near Montpellier
  • Food and drink: Delicious handmade food or drink
  • Gifts, souvenirs and decorations: Original, high quality objects for you, your place or someone back home
  • Local: Made with local ingredients or raw materials
  • Traditional: Products which are traditional to either the country or the region they are based in
  • Organic: Organic ingredients or materials
  • £: Products under £15
Handmade with local or French ingredients - Le petit zeste

Handmade with local or French ingredients

'Le petit zeste' is a bakery located in Lunel, in the Hérault region of France where Dominique and Eloi make sweet and savory cookies from local and French ingredients.

'Le petit zeste' also offers personalized gift boxes to surprise loved ones. You can combine the gourmet cookies with a card, photo and a note in a surprise box!

What you can find - Le petit zeste

What you can find

'Le petit zeste' offers 10 types of biscuits, 3 savory and 7 sweet. You can try the hazelnut and honey crispies, which won the silver medal at the Hérault Gourmand 2021-2022 contest and cheesy snack lovers will also find roquefort and walnut shortbread.

The boxes are available in 3 formats: the photo card and the note + 1, 3 or 6 bags of cookies.

The origin of 'Le Petit Zeste' - Le petit zeste

The origin of 'Le Petit Zeste'

As agricultural engineers, Eloi and Dominique use only local or French ingredients in order to provide biscuits of the highest possible quality.

“Le petit zest was created when I wanted to show my grandmother I was thinking of her. I wanted to give her an original gift and as I couldn't find a suitable present, I made a custom-made box with cookies, a little note and a photo of her grandchildren. She was delighted, my relatives started ordering them and that's how Le petit zeste was born!”

Dominique from 'Le petit zeste'

Lunel

Situated between Montpellier and Nimes, just north of Aigues Mortes and La Grande-Motte, Lunel has plenty of things to visit. If you are interested in knowing more, visit the Herault tourism website (in French).

Other artisans 'Lunelois'

Why not support other local artisans while you're in the area?

Looking for a 'Le Petit Zeste' equivalent for your four-legged friend? Nathalie in Crocandiz makes gourmet, organic dog biscuits by hand from her Lunel bakery.

Adelaide in Les Aquarelles d'Adélaïde brings a touch of sparkle with her beautiful watercolours, dried flowers and handmade jewellery.

“I met Dominique at La Foire de Printemps. After tasting a few of the biscuits, we decided on the marguerites which didn't last ten seconds in the car on the way home!”

Natasha (Natif Creatif)

Le petit zeste

Find Le petit zeste

The workshop in Lunel is dedicated to production. Unfortunately there isn't a store but you can order cookies and boxes on the website www.lepetitzeste.com and have them delivered, or collect them by click and collect.

Sachets of cookies are also sold in delis, local stores and wineries.

Why not contact them at contact@lepetitzeste.com or 0467685549 to know the nearest point of sale?