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This top quality fishmonger has cut out the middleman and set up a small bar for perfect wine and seafood.
By cutting out the middleman, fishmonger Dominique Maury keeps his prices down and brings punters closer to the source of their seafood. At his fishmonger in the Marché Saint-Quentin, which caters to some of the best restaurants in Paris, Dominique has installed a small bar with a few seats, making for an atmospheric apéro. Customers can enjoy excellent, fresh seafood, from oysters (€12 for a dozen) to sashimi sliced before your eyes (€10), all washed down with a perfect glass of wine, perhaps a Muscadet (€3).
TRANSLATION: MARIA THOMAS
Marché Saint-Quentin, 85 bis boulevard de Magenta
|Transport:||Metro: Gare de l'Est or Poissonnière|
|Opening hours:||Tue-Fri 11.30am-1.30pm & 6pm-7.30pm, Sat 11.30-7.30pm, Sun 10am-1.30pm|