Marché des Enfants Rouges


in Le Marais, Ménilmontant & Belleville

Built in 1615, Paris’ oldest covered market is secreted behind an inconspicuous green metal gate. A glorious maze of 20-odd food stalls selling ready-to-eat dishes from around the globe (Moroccan couscous, Japanese bento boxes and more), as well as produce, cheese and flower stalls, it's a great place to meander and to dine with locals at communal tables.