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  • Address:

    Marché des Enfants Rouges 39 rue de Bretagne
    3e
    Paris

  • Opening hours:

    Tue-Thu 8.30am-1pm, 4pm-7.30pm; Fri-Sat 8.30am-1pm, 4pm-8pm; Sun 8.30am-2pm

  • Transport:

    Métro : Filles du Calvaire ou Saint-Sébastien Froissart

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    1. Marché des Enfants Rouges
      • 39 rue de Bretagne
        3e
        Paris
      • 48.862783,2.362846

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Ethymia Winter

Le Marché des Enfants Rouges, a true wild strawberry spot! Olive oil on an organic ciabatta. Caramelized onions. Mushrooms and freshly sliced avocado. Lightly smoked organic beef and cantal. That is the Recipe of the most delicious sandwich I have ever eaten in my life. It is also the most expensive take-away sandwich I ever bought, 7€. And, it is the longest I ever had to wait in line for a sandwich, or for any "fast-food" take-away for that matter, 50 min! On a positive note I had time to do all my emails, get updated on the latest happenings on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Pin-it and get ridiculously hungry. And as my daddy always say "hunger is the best seasoning" The sandwich guy, Edouard, a man in his 60's plays loud jazz music and keeps his stole open longer than anyone else on the market. "mjam mjam" he says laughing every five minutes or so whilst juggling orders in his own anti-stressful pace. No reason to hurry-up, Edouard knows his got the best sandwiches in the city and no one no matter how hungry they might be will leave the line. Created in 1615, Le Marché des Enfants Rouges is the oldest remaining market in Paris. "The Market of Red Children" was named after the former neighboring orphanage where its young habitants wore red close a symbol of charity. Simple wooden tables takes up most of the space in between the food-stalls. There are plenty of seats for everyone, but don't expect to find a secluded spot all for yourself this market is all about sharing. Fresh produce, and simply delicious food. Edouard also makes the best crêpes in Paris. I would personally recommend the sucre-citron. Organic flour homemade dough, lemon zest and juice + sugar = a delight.