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“Lovely market”

Marche des Enfants Rouges
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Marais Walking Tour with Cheese and Wine Tasting...
Ranked #202 of 1,599 things to do in Paris
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Reviewed 27 April 2014

Whilst the market is not huge, the stalls were lovely and had a nice variety of food and wares.

We dined at the Moroccan food stall and the food was delicious. Table were easy to find and the market itself was quite busy.

Lovely way to spend a few hours.

Thank MCoia
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Reviewed 14 April 2014

This is not a very large market, but is full of delicious things. The cheese stand, the Italian ravioli stand, the bread stand -- all were excellent. There are also several restaurants operating within the market where you can grab a quick bite. This market is a short walk from Republique and a slightly longer, extremely trendy walk up to the Rue Vieille du Temple from the heart of the Marais. It is situated on a street full of restaurants, cheese and delicacy shops and other great shopping.

1  Thank yaneh
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Reviewed 24 March 2014

I was attracted by the unusual name, literally translated this is "The Red Children's Market". It is said the name comes from a nearby long forgotten orphanage where children wore red uniforms. According to Wikipedia it is the oldest covered market in Paris. It is a French market, with a number of al fresco eateries. We ate at the Japanese place and had a great meal if a bit expensive. It is well worth a visit if you are in The Marais.

1  Thank ericdumont
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Reviewed 14 February 2014

We loved this place which apparently has been in existence since the 17th entry. It's located on the northern border of the Marais on 39 rue de Bretagne. The market has a variety of food stands, selling fresh, tasty dishes you can eat on tables & chairs lining the small courtyard. We especially liked the chicken olive tangine at the Moroccan stand, it was delicious! The Italian, Lebanese and Libyan stands looked really good as well. It's an excellent place to hang out & have lunch or to pick up freshly prepared food to take home.Highly recommended.

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Reviewed 9 February 2014

nice place for a Saturday Sunday lunch, if you like different, that is your place, Italian, Japonese, Maroccan restaurants, plus market where you can buy food such as fish and so on, a must see place

1  Thank luca t
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