Marché Saint-Martin

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10th arrondissement

This covered market is small, modern and well thought out, and in places rather eccentric. Each stallholder enforces a high level of quality control to bring you the very best products, whether cheese, meats, flowers or spices. Explore a bit and you’ll begin to uncover the interesting bits, such as former Top Chef finalist Brice Morvent’s Au Comptoir de Brice: a high-concept stall that serves homemade ‘junk food’. Our favourite is the German grocery Der Tante Emma-Laden, whose vast range of beers, smoked hams and chocolates is worth the trip in itself. Come with a full wallet, and be prepared to get distracted at every corner.

 

Venue name: Marché Saint-Martin
Contact:
Address: 31/33 rue du Château d'Eau
10e
Paris

Opening hours: Tue-Sat 9am-8pm ; Sun 9am-2pm
Transport: Métro : Jacques Bonsergent ou Château d'Eau
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