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25 Sep

Come and discover the Marché des Enfants Rouges in Paris!

Parisian market place built in 1965, the Marché des Enfants Rouges (red children’s market) was named after the Enfants Rouges orphanage created in the sixteenth century. The young residents were then dressed in red, as a sign of Christian charity.

Nowadays, it is a well-known market for street food and fresh products! The idyllic setting is quite perfect for a stroll, but be careful: the delicious scents emanating from the place are difficult to resist…

The market must-do stands

Between Moroccan, Japanese, French, Italian, Lebanese, African stands, or yet florists, fishmongers, organic and / or regional products … We hardly know where to begin with!

Therefore, the Raspail Montparnasse has prepared for you a selection of stands not to be missed:

  • The Estaminet des Enfants Rouges

Very welcoming, secret and organic canteen, it offers traditional French dishes. The food is prepared with fresh products from small producers only! A real treat…

  • Les Enfants du Marché (the market children)

Surprising mix between refined and street food dishes, les Enfants du Marché is an innovation, a “bistronomic” spot. No menu there, get ready to be amazed by a pocket gourmet cuisine…

  • Taeko Bento

If you like Japanese food, run to Taeko! On the menu: delicious bento, refined and varied Japanese dishes, and surprising desserts… One of the best Japanese food in Paris!

  • Le Burger Fermier (the farmer burger)

Homemade burger and French fries, exclusively cooked with fresh products… And for the cheese, you have the choice between Irish cheddar, tomme with cider, Auvergne blue, Vendéen goat or cantal … Our advice: go back there and try them all!

Do not hesitate either to go to the Moroccan, the Italian or the vegetarian stands…

And Bon Appétit, of course!

Practical information :


39 rue de Bretagne


From Tuesday to Thursday from 8:30 am to 1 pm, and from 4 to 7:30 pm

Fridays and Saturdays from 8:30 am to 1 pm and from 4 to 8 pm

Sundays from 8:30 to 2 pm