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Marché des Enfants Rouges

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Enfants-Rouges, Paris
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  • Stellayy L.
    "Must try chez Alain Miam Miam and the Moroccan stall - thumbs up!!!"(3 Tips)
    Joanna
    "Delicious, sumptuous Moroccan food."(5 Tips)
    Arbour M.
    "The crepe guy makes good crepes but is painfully slow..."(3 Tips)
    Enrique N.
    "Great food market including traiteurs and small restaurants."(2 Tips)
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  • Ewan A.
    Ewan AndersonNovember 15, 2016
    The best market to taste a wide variety of international foods. This market is composed of several place to eat. The place is awesome and typical. You must fo there :)
  • Nicolas G.
    Nicolas GarnierNovember 10, 2015
    Paris as authentic as it gets! A curious and amazing market. The Japanese bento is nice, I love l'estaminet for brunches too. Sometimes a group plays music in front of it.
  • Joanna
    JoannaMay 16
    Delicious, sumptuous Moroccan food. You must try the chicken Tagine. Every time I'm in Paris (the past 3 trips) I go here for this. LOVE. Great place for authentic Paris.
  • Mary Leigh M.
    Mary Leigh MackieOctober 21, 2015
    Behold the legendary Crepe Man! Get the classic lemon + sugar and be happy. If you're in for a fuller meal- same guy has great sandwiches, or grab a Tagine at the Moroccan place, and a bottle of wine!
  • Emily W.
    Emily WilsonOctober 29, 2015
    Go for lunch and order a sashimi bowl at Chez Taeko (the Japanese food stall). You will be so happy. If you still have room, get a nutella crepe from the crepe guy (he is very entertaining).
  • Karri S.
    Karri SaarinenJuly 6, 2016
    Peaceful and colored food market. Right on the Rue de Bretagne. Have a seat and enjoy your meal (Many stalls : Japanese, italian, french, moroccan, grill, lebanese...). Great for the sunday brunch.
  • Corinne L.
    Corinne LeeOctober 18, 2014
    Best sandwiches and crepes of Paris at Alain Miam Miam. Be prepared to wait in line for his organic goodies. Definitely worth the wait for the cornet vegeterien.
  • PureWow
    PureWowJune 5, 2015
    Marché des Enfants Rouges is located in the picturesque Marais and promises everything from Moroccan couscous and Japanese bento boxes to authentic crepes and pistachio crème brûlée. Read more
  • Adam S.
    Adam SigelMay 24, 2015
    You MUST get a sandwich made by this man. Worth the wait. Get a piece of fruit or a snack to hold you over in the meantime.
  • Paul B.
    Paul BaronAugust 17, 2014
    A few restaurants open on Sundays inside the closed market. Organic, French, Maroccan, Lebanese. Had delicious falafel there. One of the better Parisian food escapes on weekends.
  • Bre M.
    Bre MillerMarch 17, 2014
    located on rue de Bretagne where you can find fresh produce, but depending on where you stay you can find markets like this in every quarter of Paris. - Irena
  • Fernando T.
    Fernando T.October 5, 2014
    Original small street market that has partially evolved into some kind of food court. Some of the places are amazing. You can lunch here. Also dinner but less animated.
  • Sharon P.
    Sharon P.March 8, 2015
    Almost any kind of street food you want! The atmosphere is incredible and the produce (especially cheese) is spot on. Gets crowded, but it's worth the hustle.
  • Daisy d.
    Daisy de PlumeOctober 7, 2012
    We always get our risotto, funghi, mozzarella and Italian supplies here. They're charming with great produce, but consistently cheat you -- so count your change as you smile back!
  • Léna Le Rolland
    Léna Le RollandDecember 26, 2016
    Such a cute, iconic little Parisian place. I would recommend going in the summer/spring/ beginning of autumn as pretty much all the place are outside !
  • Josue A.
    Josue AbreuSeptember 17, 2014
    The main problem is the fact that if you buy from different places you cant seat together. They wont allow any other food on the table but theirs.
  • Stijn A.
    Stijn AMarch 20
    Great to do some shopping or to combine different international foods in your personal ecclectic menu. Cozy and relaxed but with a lively vibe.
  • 10things •.
    If you really want to take a dip in the Parisian local culture, visit Le Marché des Enfants Rouges. This little indoor food market – which takes its name from the 16th-century orphanage that used to.. Read more
  • Maríus M.
    Maríus MūllerMarch 24, 2014
    Hidden food paradise with everything from creole to italien food. Don't miss it!
  • Es L.
    Es LeyFebruary 16, 2016
    must visit for fresh produce and small restaurants. great prices on foie and terrine from the charcuterie stand
  • Elizabeth L.
    Elizabeth LeeNovember 16, 2014
    Small but cozy farmers' market. Love the crepes sold by Alain miam miam. Rustic crepes made with love.
  • Matteo F.
    Matteo FiorioNovember 25, 2012
    You have to taste the galettes (crépes) or sandwiches (Pains) at old man's stand in the middle of the market. Best sandwich.
  • Nisha L.
    Nisha LNovember 16, 2013
    Spoilt for choice in terms of food! A little tough for vegetarians....had to deal with ham being put on my galette in error and removed by hand... ahem!
  • Stephanie D.
    Stephanie DownesNovember 26, 2015
    Crepe man will be your new favorite human. Get the veggie crepe. Plan on not finishing it, finish it.
  • Melody V.
    Melody VroomFebruary 5
    A lot of good food here! Loved the vegetarian stand with fruit juices, warm soups and healthy rice bowls
  • Simon W.
    Simon WüthrichJune 4, 2015
    Nice food market to hang out. You're a foodie? You will like this spot (bring your camera along.)
  • Ju L.
    Ju LuDecember 25, 2015
    So many options to enjoy your Sunday brunch ! Try everything. Don't do your grocery shopping there though, too pricey
  • Stellayy L.
    Stellayy LeeFebruary 23, 2016
    Must try chez Alain Miam Miam and the Moroccan stall - thumbs up!!!
  • Pia Z.
    Pia ZJune 19
    Best place for brunch on the weekends! You can pick and choose food from the different stalls.
  • Roula H.
    Roula HannaApril 25, 2015
    Definitely worth the stop for lunch. Different a food counters and wonderful market.
  • prince of A.
    prince of ArroganceOctober 9, 2016
    Loved this place we had the Lebanese, but the Italian and Moroccan looks very tasty as well!
  • Anthony M.
    Anthony MarnellSeptember 14, 2014
    Been here 5+ times
    Lively atmosphere with delightful sights, sounds, and smells. Go! Try the crepes and Moroccan!
  • Kristof V.
    Kristof Van LandschootOctober 28, 2015
    Hidden market place in the Marais with food stands and even a little communal gardening project.
  • Melforss
    MelforssNovember 27, 2015
    The oldest market place in Paris. Always busy and rather pricey for the quality, but the atmosphere makes up for some of it
  • Nicole F.
    I love markets and this is one is truly clean and has a great assortment of foods. Y
  • christine c.
    christine cassisJuly 2, 2016
    So many great options for casual dinner. Try the fresh pasta, crepes or Moroccan.
  • Joanna F.
    Joanna FlammMarch 12, 2013
    Kind of like a more permanent Brooklyn Flea with lots of food counters and restaurants. Come for lunch; not much happening at breakfast.
  • YasPas
    YasPasOctober 30, 2015
    find the crêpes towards the back or get a moroccan tagine and some mint tea
  • Georgios G.
    Georgios GatosSeptember 28, 2015
    Great open market with a lot of fresh produce. Also many food options
  • Maureen T.
    Maureen TraynorAugust 8, 2015
    Must go. Ethnic market with tons of food stalls. Oldest in paris in Le Marais (3rd).
  • Enrique N.
    Enrique NaldaSeptember 13, 2011
    Been here 10+ times
    Great food market including traiteurs and small restaurants. The Japanese and Morrocan are my favourites.
  • Glaucia N.
    Glaucia NogueiraSeptember 20, 2011
    The best place when you are felling groove!! Just go there and walk around, find your table or find your food...
  • Melody V.
    Melody VroomFebruary 14
    Great market with a lot of nice food stands!
  • Oscar T.
    Oscar TsengJune 20, 2015
    Great Moroccan and Japanese food stand. Quality food with reasonable price.
  • Vidhya G.
    Vidhya GholkarJune 8, 2013
    There's a cheap Couscous place in the market. Buy it hot and get a table!
  • Katy Z.
    Katy ZackAugust 21, 2016
    Go get a sandwich from this guy and thank me later.
  • Karri S.
    Karri SaarinenJuly 9, 2016
    One of the oldest covered markets in France, an absolute must.
  • Pierre T.
    Pierre TouzetOctober 7, 2012
    Good article on what to do there: http://www.lefigaro.fr/sortir-paris/2012/03/02/03013-20120302ARTFIG00673-petit-tour-au-marche-des-enfants-rouges.php
  • Melissa W.
    Melissa WeissOctober 11, 2015
    Vegan options at the Japanese, Moroccan, and middle eastern stand!
  • Isabell N.
    Isabell NeumannFebruary 15, 2015
    Very nice and authentic market
  • Dave
    DaveJune 13, 2016
    Nice place for an apéritif. Come here to see and be seen 😉
  • MsFong
    MsFongAugust 8, 2013
    Like the rest of Paris, most of the eateries and stalls are closed in August as it's les vacances.
  • Valentin B.
    Valentin BrandtAugust 16, 2011
    Been here 5+ times
    If it's a sunny day, the Japanese is good, the Moroccan excellent.
  • Toby C.
    Toby C.September 20, 2013
    skip the bougey food places in Le Marais and come to this outdoor ethnic food court instead!
  • Fred W.
    Fred WilsonJune 28, 2012
    great food market in the marais
  • Karen G.
    Karen GeorgeAugust 2, 2014
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  • Safari647
    Safari647March 15
    Hidden gem of le Marais. Closed on Mondays
  • Hugo L.
    Hugo LeloupSeptember 5, 2014
    A peaceful spot, hidden from the street, but the food is quite pricey.
  • Anna S.
    Anna SolimanSeptember 20, 2014
    Had an excellent meal at the Israeli restaurant in this market.
  • Sarah F. P.
    Sarah F. ParsonsJuly 24, 2013
    Love this fruit and veggie market and their restos there
  • fr8d G.
    fr8d GMarch 14, 2015
    Awesome burgers at the burger joint!
  • Hans S.
    Hans SchoolenbergDecember 28, 2013
    Delicious food. And go there to have a meal
  • Carolina L.
    Carolina LarrainAugust 12, 2015
    A treat in Le Marais, it will take you out of the bustling streets and into a sensory heaven. I had North African cuisine, my tastebuds are still enjoying. Quite a find for prices in the neighborhood
    Downvoted May 31
  • Michele C.
    Michele ConnellyMay 9, 2014
    Burgers are good - homemade real cheddar 10€
  • Nicola G.
    Nicola GastaldiNovember 24, 2013
    The Maroccan place is really really good. But they can be really really rude.
  • Raul V.
    Raul ValleJanuary 4, 2015
    Japanese is average. Moroccan is good but service sucks. Gallettes are amazing and the guy serving them is very charming
  • Benjamin S.
    Benjamin StollSeptember 15, 2013
    One of the best places at all to have breakfast
  • Amy R.
    Amy RobertsonMarch 8, 2016
    Small market but a nice mix of vendors and eateries
  • Dewy
    DewyAugust 15, 2015
    Moroccan food was very nice! Cute tables :)
  • Chloe B.
    Chloe BecquetDecember 5, 2014
    The Moroccan is beautiful!
  • Nina K.
    Nina KlemenčičAugust 14, 2014
    Be very careful and check the price of your order!
  • Nikki C.
    Nikki ChauSeptember 30, 2016
    Nice market to grab a quick bite!
  • Paris W.
    Paris WeekenderOctober 31, 2011
    Fun to explore, but best to stay for lunch!
  • Isabell N.
    Isabell NeumannFebruary 15, 2015
    Mint tea✌️
  • Guillaume C.
    Guillaume ClarkeMarch 29, 2014
    Been here 50+ times
    The oldest food market in Paris !
  • shlomit l.
    shlomit landmannApril 27, 2015
    Perfect for foodies like me :)
  • Jeff B.
    The oldest arcade in Paris!
  • Jeff B.
    The oldest arcade in Paris!
  • JAMES T.
    JAMES TEEApril 10, 2010
    Been here 50+ times
    The Italian place-- authentic tiramisu and coffee -- a must.
  • Laci W.
    Laci WhiteFebruary 24, 2015
    Go to the crepe guys and get a sandwich!
  • Thomas v.
    Thomas van VlietFebruary 17
    Brilliant place to stop for a snack
  • MnR .
    MnR 💙January 19, 2015
    Morocon food & lebaniese is good 👍
  • Carl D.
    Carl DavisMarch 25, 2010
    The organic vegetable/fruit stand is one of the best in Paris!
  • Logan K.
    Logan KerrOctober 23, 2015
    Seafood and cheeses were fantatic
  • Eugenio V.
    Eugenio VeigaDecember 10, 2016
    Food stalls lack hygiene.
  • Michael S.
    Michael SeltenreichMarch 17, 2013
    Best burger in the world. Swear to god!
  • Simon W.
    Simon WüthrichMarch 6, 2015
    Great street food!
  • Jeremie G.
    Jeremie GougeonOctober 27, 2012
    Great couscous!
  • Philip A. H.
    Philip A. H.December 17, 2016
    If you would ever get hungry 😋...
  • Saxow B.
    Saxow BoyJune 18
    Japanese place out back
  • Arbour M.
    Arbour ManJune 24, 2011
    The crepe guy makes good crepes but is painfully slow...
  • Todd W.
    Todd WicknerAugust 25, 2014
    The atmosphere
  • Esprit noir d.
    Crowded...Bobo... But the place worth the seeing...
  • Jonas d.
    Jonas de GrootFebruary 26, 2015
    Just go there!
  • Ashraf A.
    Ashraf AmadOctober 5, 2014
    be careful you lose your money there
  • Sally C.
    Sally CedarNovember 7, 2015
    Geart morrocan food.
  • Fifi S.
    Fifi SomaJuly 19, 2012
    Is there any place here that let's dowm the others? I don't think so!
  • Choupie123456 E.
    Choupie123456 EverettFebruary 12, 2016
    Nourriture orientale
  • Bruna F.
    Bruna FreppelSeptember 14, 2014
    World food 😍
  • Ludovic P.
    Ludovic PhilippoMarch 6, 2011
    Pizza roquette in progress
  • Jue_Nlc
    Jue_NlcApril 11, 2016
    Le marché des enfants-rouges est typique du 3e, vous pouvez manger italien, japonais, végétarien... Le japonais est excellent, mais le midi essayer d'arriver tôt il y a du monde!
  • Marine L.
    Marine LaperiodebleueNovember 19, 2015
    Que ce soit chez Alain miam miam, le libanais, l'africain, le marocain ou l'italien, le marché des enfants rouges est un vrai pays des merveilles pour bien manger à Paris.
  • Sebmalco ..
    Sebmalco .February 26, 2015
    Been here 5+ times
    Un incontournable dans le quartier voir même à Paris! Endroit très convivial,où l'on retrouve des cuisines du monde entier, marocain, italien, japonais etc... A ne manquer sous aucun prétexte !!
  • Jérémy L.
    Jérémy Le DorseMay 17, 2014
    Un marché comme on les aime! burger Homemade avec des produits terroirs, pour 10€ c'est une tuerie! Devanture discrète, vous évitez les longues files d'attente. Géré par des Picards très sympas!
  • Grazia France
    Grazia FranceJuly 18, 2012
    Le + ethnique : Un marché pour déjeuner dans le vent? Les Enfants rouges. Le plus vieux marché de Paris attire toutes les tribus de gastronomes, y compris les amateurs de vraie cuisine jap’
  • Guille M.
    Guille MartínDecember 9, 2014
    Mercado con mucha variedad en frutas, comidas de lugares del mundo, pescado y variedad en carnes. No pueden faltar la gran variedad de quesos y también tiene una gran sección de plantas y flores.
  • Bruno L.
    Bruno LucchiAugust 24, 2013
    Lieu insolite,cosmopolite,en plein coeur de Paris.Accueil genial au bistrot italien.Tous les plats style sont excellents.(canelloni ricotta épinard à tomber) Rapport qualité/prix imbattable.
  • Clara A.
    Clara AndréaFebruary 7, 2015
    Bonne ambiance, bons produits frais, j'aime le fait de pouvoir consommer sur place, ambiance "marché à Barcelone". Pas forcément donné en revanche, mais c'est "normal" dans ce quartier.
  • dianon l.
    dianon lzMay 31, 2015
    Superbe endroit ! Le fromager et le primeur sont super bien achanlandé en qualité et quantité .... Le Resto marocain est bon et le personnel est très aimable ... A re-faire !
  • G M.
    G MApril 11, 2015
    Un excellent tajine ! Bon rapport qualité prix pour un marché authentique. A faire au moins une fois à Paris :)
  • Julien N.
    Julien NguyenFebruary 19, 2013
    Been here 5+ times
    Très bon rapport qualité prix. Testez l'épicerie italienne. Trattoria avec ses Tiramisu maison au poids et prix imbattable ! Grocery shop here are worth it
  • Clément M.
    Clément MaignantAugust 3, 2015
    Endroit insolite au parfum d'orient. Parfait pour descendre un thé à la menthe et un tagine à n'importe quelle heure.
  • Hela S.
    Hela SlimMay 24, 2016
    Vous trouverez forcément votre bonheur dans ce petit marché très convivial ! Burgers fermiers, cuisine marocaine, italienne, japonaise et j'en passe. Tout y est
  • Séverine T.
    Idéal pour un très bon couscous ou quelques Accra et un 'ti punchs.. Côté marché je conseille vivement le maraîcher Bio... Très bons produits;-)
  • Thomas R.
    Thomas RenoultOctober 7, 2011
    c'est vraiment sympa.. on y achète des bons fruits, après la qualité de la bouffe ne pas pas fait halluciner non plus. c'est du food truck correct ( je parle pour le resto japonais)
  • Audrey M.
    Audrey MNRAugust 2, 2015
    Ce marché proposé qq stands de fruits et légumes mais il faut y aller pour les restaurants : antillais, japonais, tunisien, burger, crêpes, etc...
  • Elodie D.
    Elodie DrouardMay 20, 2015
    Ressemble de moins en moins à un marché et de plus en plus à une foire gourmande pour touristes et hipsters. Qu'importe on y retourne quand même !
  • Tatiana M.
    Tatiana MarcelliniOctober 21, 2013
    O mais antigo mercado de Paris, antes orfanato, cujas crianças se vestiam de vermelho, donde o nome. Boa variedade de comida (marroquina, japonesa, vegetariana, italiana). Indico a marroquina. Bobo.
  • Lore
    LoreAugust 30, 2016
    Been here 10+ times
    Mercado de varios restaurantes. Italiano, japonés, cuscus, africano... y mas.Tiendas varias de vinos, frutas, flores, fotos y mas. Excelente
  • Vélib'
    Vélib'January 31, 2013
    A l’origine un orphelinat, il sera baptisé ainsi en souvenir des jeunes pensionnaires vêtus de rouge. C’est désormais un petit coin de paradis à l’ambiance bon enfant et colorée pour bobo gourmands. Read more
  • Ancha B.
    Ancha BlancOctober 5, 2014
    Couscous un délice ! Super brunch à l'estaminet des enfants rouges - ambiance garantie de marche de petits resto sur le pouce
  • Space Cowboy
    Space CowboyJune 19, 2011
    Been here 25+ times
    Le plus vieux marché de Paris encore en activité. Un choix pléthorique de bons restos. Le coeur battant du quartier Bretagne/ Enfants Rouges. Just enjoy !
  • Geraldine B.
    Geraldine BonnandOctober 14, 2014
    On ne s'en lasse pas ! Été comme hiver ! Italien, des îles, couscous, huîtres ... Il y en a pour toutes les envies!
  • Pierre B.
    Pierre BessesMarch 8, 2015
    Petit marché avec de tous petits restaurants, il y en a pour tous les goûts et c'est très abordable.
  • Amaury M.
    Amaury MNovember 7, 2013
    Un marché convivial alliant petits resto et commerces de bouche ! Je vous conseille le japonais, c'est une tuerie !
  • Kevin M.
    Kevin MagneMay 10, 2015
    L'un des marchés les plus intéressant de Paris ! Pas mal de stand / restaurants à découvrir !
  • Rima
    RimaJune 13, 2013
    Charmante petite placette / Terrasse à ciel ouvert côté marché couvert / boire 1 verre un soir d'été / Excellent Sauvignon Le Marouette / à l'abri du bruit de la chaussée.
  • Sibylle B.
    Sibylle Bernard-StoecklinAugust 11, 2015
    Been here 5+ times
    Le stand japonais est incroyable, mon adresse nippone préférée à Paris! Leurs bentos sont incroyables...
  • Guillaume F.
    Guillaume FlandreAugust 19, 2014
    Le marché incontournable de la rue de Bretagne ! Il faut y flâner et y manger.
  • Lily
    LilyMay 23, 2016
    Un marché génialissime pour se restaurer sur place mais mieux vaut apprécier la foule !
  • Benjamin F.
    Benjamin FassDecember 7, 2014
    Une petite merveille, je recommande vivement les plats marocains et les crêpes !
  • Thê-Minh T.
    Thê-Minh TrinhAugust 6, 2014
    Been here 10+ times
    Le meilleur restaurant est sûrement le marocain. Le moins bon, sûrement l'italien
  • Belinda T.
    Belinda TannohDecember 13, 2011
    Been here 10+ times
    Le japonais: le Bento est excellent! Meilleur que Nanashi en termes de quantité et rapport qualité prix!!!
  • Benoun M.
    Benoun MarcJanuary 15, 2016
    L'ambiance marché parisien et surtout la diversité des restaurants style street food
  • Jean B.
    Jean BoscJanuary 22
    Allez chez Fabien le vendeur de photographie pour taper la discute et chercher des photo comme on chercherait des vinyles
  • Kaël A.
    Kaël A.July 24, 2015
    Super endroit où on peut goûter les cuisines du monde en profitant de la bonne ambiance.
  • Alexandre J.
    Alexandre JouanneAugust 7, 2014
    Been here 5+ times
    Galettes bretonnes : excellentes. Créole : très bon. Burger : très bon. Libanais : à éviter.
  • Valéria Weiss🌷
    Valéria Weiss🌷November 2, 2011
    A mais antiga feira coberta de Paris(1777) que fica no Marais. Produtos frescos e restaurantes com otima gastronomia!!
  • Daniele C.
    Daniele CassolApril 24, 2016
    O lugar é bem pequeno. Esperava mais! Mas o atendimento e a qualidade da comida compensa a ida. Vale passear pelo bairro que tem muitas atrações!
  • Thais A.
    Thais AldaMarch 3, 2012
    Cuidado que es precioso y hay muchos sitios para comer cocinas del mundo! Buenisimo y take away. El japones la leche
  • SaidRyk
    SaidRykMay 27, 2013
    Entre le japonais, le chinois, et le couscous, foncez les yeux fermés !
  • new_olympe
    new_olympeJune 2, 2015
    Un marché autrefois hospice pour enfants abandonnés ; qui a inspiré "Les Enfants Rouges" aux éditions. Jerome Do. Bentzinger de @i_kevorkian
  • Sid U.
    Sid UnpoincétouJune 5, 2011
    Pastilla poulet un délice, marocain super, prochaine étape le jap et ses donburi et bento miam :)
  • Florian E.
    Florian Elpanda D'gavDecember 8, 2013
    Petit marché agreable ou les possibilités de manger sont nombreuses.
  • Kriss
    KrissAugust 7, 2011
    Been here 5+ times
    Couscous Kefta powa ... Toujours aussi bon !!! Avec une salade marocaine et un pain chaud et c'est le bonheur !
  • Nicolas B.
    Nicolas BdinFebruary 23, 2013
    Des souvenirs d'Adelaide... Un lieu divin !
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