Marché des Enfants Rouges
When we want to eat something nice, but we know the kids won’t sit for long, this is where we come: an old covered market in the heart of Paris. We don’t have to worry about bothering other people because it’s already a busy, energetic place filled with the sights, smells, and sounds of people cooking various cuisines. We like the organic restaurant because there’s a nice terrace where you can sit for a long time, especially in the summer. But you can also get Cuban food, Chinese dishes, or French sandwiches. It’s all very good—sometimes we choose based on where there’s an open table.
at the heart of the red children's market, a small piece of province, a Real fermetta where we come to breath around the seasonal dishes that change every month. Enjoy Auvergne charcuterie plates, cheeses selections, enjoying a glass of wine from small areas. The dishes of our card are regularly…
Have a wine or a bite in this typically Parisian covered market, a historic monument established in the 17th century, now surrounded by the vibrant "Marais".
Food market where you can eat Italian, moroccan, Japanese, French, Lebanese...
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“An well known place in the area, a place to see and be seen. The food is decent and the atmosphere is great. ”
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39 Rue de Bretagne
Paris, Île-de-France 75003
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