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Marche Saint Quentin, Paris

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  • This is a small covered market with lots and lots of wonderful food of all styles. We went around 2 o'clock pm and about a quarter of the stores were closed. We sat and had a wonderful meal and some w...  more »
  • It's a small market and I'd say the main reason to come here is to eat. I mean fruits and cheeses are expensive. There are many shops around that sell lunch, we had a curry with chicken and rice for 9...  more »
  • We stopped in for some groceries and had a great time exploring the different shops. There was a great cheese shop in the middle of market with very helpful staff. We also got a great bouquet of flowe...  more »
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  • A nice market with cover. You can find communal tables and chairs for a comfortable casual lunch. Love the seafood place with little table and chair for a great valued oyster experience.
  • Delicious food, great service For a casual dining experience. I came here by myself to escape rain and it was very comfortable! A great meal under 10 euro
  • An interesting market where meat, fish, fruit & veg, cheese all meet. It's an interesting mix of old and new. There are even some eateries, including a vegan cafe. Personally, I found a lot of interesting looking stuff, but didn't find much i wanted to buy. I suspect this is market is about everyday life, rather than for tourists. Had a good time nonetheless! Look at that meat!
  • There are some more than decent places to buy salads and cheese, but good luck if you don't speak French. It's also a bit abandoned (like most markets in the world).
  • It's indoors. If it's raining that's a huge plus. Although google says they open at 7am, very few of the vendors were set up when I arrived at 9:30. There seems to be only one "bio" vendor which is the European way to say organic. Other than that there is a good variety of fruit, vegetable, seafood, meat and cheese vendors. There are also some little cafés, if you're hungry. I have four stars because so few places were open, but otherwise it's a good place to shop and prices are way less expensive than local neighborhood markets. For example, I'm staying in Montmartre and the neighborhood markets are selling nefles, or Mirabellas, for 8,99 per pound and here they are 6,99€; that's a big difference! So it's worth the trek.