Across the street from the Marché aux Enfants Rouges, Café Charlot is a buzzing neighbourhood cafe in a former bakery with retro white...
Marché aux Enfants Rouges
Built in 1615, Paris’ oldest covered market is secreted behind an inconspicuous green metal gate – and for good reason. A glorious maze...
39 rue de Bretagne · interesting places nearby
Just about the last thing you would expect to find in the Marché des Enfants Rouges , one of the oldest markets in Paris, is this homely Japanese eatery. There’s sushi and sashimi and salmon tartar to start and delightful warm dishes like codfish balls and chicken cooked with soy sauce. Sit at the communal table near the entrance – if there’s room! Otherwise buy a takeaway bento (lunchbox; €11.90)