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Marche des Enfants Rouges, Paris

Categories: Flea Markets, Shopping
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4/5 based on 500+ reviews on the web
Established in the early 1600s, Marche des Enfants Rouges is the oldest covered market in Paris. Covertly located behind a modest green metal gate, this market offers a maze of fresh food stalls and ready-to-eat cuisine from around the world. Sit next to locals at communal tables, bringing your purchased traditional crêpes, a Caribbean jerk meal, a Japanese sushi roll, and more. Products vary from day to day. Look for farm fresh fruits, seasonal vegetables, flowers, and bakery items. Put Marche des Enfants Rouges into our Paris itinerary maker to see other points of interest to visit during your vacation in Paris.
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  • What a delightful area just walk around and the perfect place to gather together a feast for a picnic in the park. We were introduced to this area by way of a Paris By Mouth tour and we returned on ou...  read more »
  • Is a traditional market of Paris and has several food options from other locations. Arab, Italian Sandwiches, Chinese, Japanese ... I enjoyed my visit and I had lunch in an Italian. All delicious.
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  • Che buono! Everything is here simple and good. The service is efficient and friendly. A nice selection of well crafted Italian specialties and the vino della casa, as there! L Italy is in the hearts, in gestures, verbal flights of the staff. The polenta is fluffy. Creamy tiramisu to perfection. The excellent salame. Pasta al dente. Andiamo!
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  • Amazing Moroccan food on the corner of this market. Fresh, delicious and not expensive for they offer. Personal recommendation - taste their desserts.
  • This place is so cool! I had a Moroccan lunch and loved it! Definitely going back
  • A bit overrated. Although food is good. However, the lines are long. The place is not the most sanitary. You must be OK with cramp seating (or no seating when the weather is nice). I think cleanliness is my #1 concern. There is discarded food laying everywhere.
  • One of my favorite food markets in Paris. Everything here is good, but especially the Couscous.
  • This farmers market is pretty small. We ended up eating at this kabob place which was just okay.
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