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Marche des Enfants Rouges, Paris

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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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  • Japanese, Italian, Turkey? Morocco? For in Cous Cous and BIO of shops lined chose Lebanon dish this time. Tahini chicken skewer and on which of the touble and hummus with PITA wrap. I think or a good balance and price.
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  • The place very fashionable (bobo, if you bother, aren't there :) so hard sometimes to find the table in the restaurant of your choice.) Very cool atmosphere, with tables on one another perhaps but it does not, on the contrary. Reasonable prices. My favorite remains the royal couscous (around € 10) but you'll find plenty more original i.e. hamburgers bio (it seems).
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  • The old Paris, where you find a bit of Boqueria in Barcelona. Ethnic scents, colours, people, and there is a corner with hot wine with oysters!!!
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  • The place is great, with good gastronomic offer. The burguer place is awesome, great quality of meat and bread. Totally recommend it.
  • A beautiful (and Paris' oldest market) to wander through. Lots of fresh produce and places to grab lunch.
  • Love the Moroccan food! If you dine in, line up to order your food first. Then the staff will help you get a table.
  • Lovely market place in area to get brunch. One side with restaurants (Japanese, labanon, Italian, morocon) and the other side is wet market. Gets really crowded and packed during brunch on weekends. Tried on their Italian food, canelloni and aglio olio clams were so good and satisfying!
  • It's always crowded but that is part of it. The food is great and not too pricey.