woensdag 24 oktober 2012

Creative treasures of Paris# 9. Marche des Enfants Rouges.

For excellent ready-to-eat food visit the oldest covered market in the city: Marche des Enfants Rouges. The market dates back to 1615 and its name literally means ´the Market of the Red Children, a name that was given from a 17th century orphanage near by where the children wore red uniforms.
While there are a handful of fresh ingredient vendors who sell fresh flowers, vegetables, meat, olive oils, and tapanades. The majority of the stands sell prepared food from all over the world. There is a variety of stalls offering Italian, Moroccan, Japanese, Lebanese and Organic dishes. The aromatic perfumes of the Lebanese food attracted me to the small outside restaurant were you can eat mjammie food for less than 10 euro.

Address: Le Marche des enfants rouges
39 Rue de Bretagne, 75003 Paris, France
Hours: Mon-Closed
Tue-Thu 8:30am–1pm, 4–7:30pm
Fri-Sat 8:30am–1pm, 4–8pm
Sun 8:30am–2pm

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