As spring arrives we dream of sunny days spent chilling on Paris’ terraces. And one of the best spots to do so is Le Marché des Enfants Rouges, in rue de Bretagne. The oldest covered market in Paris was established in the early 1600’s, and is one of the hottest spots in Paris these days. A food market with restaurants serving food from all over the world, crowded on week ends. There you will have the choice between a great traditional Japanese, an Italian restaurant, Lebanese or even a couscous place. The hardest part is to choose. Once you’ve done, enjoy this cool feeling that will make you feel like if you were on holidays. It is the perfect spot for lunch before taking a long stroll through the art galleries of the neighbourhood. Before leaving treat yourself with a hot chocolate to go from Jean Paul Hevin, they have a little store just at the exit of the market.
Le Marché des Enfants Rouges, 39 rue de Bretagne