5 recommended marches and all 39 locations open on Saturdays in Paris

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Saturday is the day to go shopping at the marché in the morning as everyone is off. Many families or couples have dinner on Saturday, and on Sunday they have dinner with their parents. A total of 39 marchés were open on this day. I recommend the red-colored area on the map.

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Five recommended Saturday marches

The best place to go on Saturday is probably Iena’s Presidan Wilson (7:00-15:00), although it’s a bit expensive. Various starred chefs have been stocking up here on TV, so it’s getting more and more tourists. Overall, it’s expensive, but the quality is good. Other than that, I would recommend the following four marches.

  • Close to the Eiffel Tower and the Rodin Museum, the Saks Breteil is cheap for quality (7:00-15:00).
  • The indoor marché at Aligre near Bastille, which is even busier on Saturdays and Sundays, is open until noon (7:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.).
  • If you’re staying in Montparnasse, you should go to Edgar Kinne (7:00-15:00).
  • Biologique des Batignoles at the Biomarche (9:00-15:00), also a walk from the Opera*.

*The closest marché to the Opera is the Marché Aguesseau in front of the Madeleine station, but the Aguesseau is only open on Fridays and is smaller, so if you are staying at the Opera, I would recommend this marché for its better quality.

Here are the details of each one. I’ve also included a list of the other marches by area, along with the rest of the marches, so you can have them open that one. It’s the same information, so I’m not sure if it’s on there. Don’t worry, there is no such thing as.


Marché Saxe-Breteuil


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This is a marché with a view of the Eiffel Tower, which I often visit as it is close to my house. I got a pack of coffee beans, a cappuccino and a cannula from the coffee beans shop, then went to the farthest grocery store from the Eiffel Tower to get some lettuce, and all the way back down the line to the crustacean shop where I buy things like blue crab in the fall and winter, and the oysters on sale in this line are delicious. There are two rows of shops at the Marché, one on the right side of the Eiffel Tower with a mushroom shop on the far right, and another that sells only seasonal produce such as apples, strawberries and cherries. There is a cake shop called Mori Yoshida’s, a short walk from the marché, and their cakes are also very delicious.


  • Adress:avenue de Saxe (7e)
  • METRO:Ségur⑩
  • OPEN:Mon/- Tue/- Wed/- Thu/07:00~14:30 Fri/- Sat/07:00~15:00 Sun/-
  • Shops:Honey 2 Flowers 2 Foie gras1 Ham 2 Chicken 2 General store 4 Meat 5 Vegetables 19 Specialities of the region 7 BIO Vegetables 1 Bread 3 Cheese 5 Spices 8 Potato 9 Fish 7

Marché découvert Beauvau (Marché d’Aligre)


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Why the marché in Saint-Honoré? It’s an area where you’ll want to say.Saint-Honoré is a street of world high brand stores. It’s open until night on Wednesdays and until the afternoon on Saturdays, so you can stop in while you shop. Nearby, I recommend Restaurant LUMEN, an Italian restaurant near the Louvre, which is really good. Highly recommended.


  • Adress:Place d’Aligre (12e)
  • METRO:Ledru-Rollin⑧
  • OPEN:Mon/- Tue/07:30~13:30 Wed/07:30~13:30 Thu/07:30~13:30 Fri/07:30~13:30 Sat/07:30~14:30 Sun/07:30~14:30
  • Shops:Flowers 4 Vegetables 51 BIO Vegetables 2 Potato 1


Marché Edgar Quinet


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This is a marché located just below the Montparnasse Tower. The size of the marché is large and the prices are reasonable. There are a lot of people who stay in this area. I think it’s fun to buy a lunch or breakfast here and then go back to your room to eat it. Both Wednesday and Saturday are finished after noon, but I hope your timing is right. This is also a marché that has been around since the 1890s when Paris was being rebuilt.


  • Adress:36 Boulevard Edgar Quinet~ rue du Départ (14e)
  • METRO:Edgar Quinet⑥Gare Montparnasse TGV/TER/④⑥⑫⑬
  • OPEN:Mon/- Tue/- Wed/07:00~14:30 Thu/- Fri/- Sat/07:00~15:00 Sun/-
  • Shops:BIO Vegetables 1 BIO Bread 1

Marché Président Wilson


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One of the most famous marchés in Paris. Many famous chefs come here to buy their wares. The potato shop in the picture is not only selling potatoes, but also mushrooms from autumn to winter. Mr. Joël Thiébault, one of the leading grocers of this marché, has retired, but a young man of about 30 years old is taking over the same field. Not only are the vegetables rich and delicious, but depending on the season, you can also buy unusual vegetables such as garland chrysanthemums and yellow chives.


  • Adress:Avenue du Pdt Wilson , rue Debrousse~Place d’Iéna (16e)
  • METRO:Iéna⑨Alma-Marceau⑨
  • OPEN:Mon/- Tue/- Wed/07:00~14:30 Thu/- Fri/- Sat/07:00~15:00 Sun/-
  • Shops:Flowers 2 Foie gras1 Chicken 1 General store 2 Meat 4 Vegetables 16 Specialities of the region 6 BIO Vegetables 1 Bread 1 Cheese 4 Spices 4 Prepared food 1 Potato 1 Fish 9

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All marches open on Saturdays (39 locations)

Marché St Honoré


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Why the marché in Saint-Honoré? It’s an area where you’ll want to say.Saint-Honoré is a street of world high brand stores. It’s open until night on Wednesdays and until the afternoon on Saturdays, so you can stop in while you shop. Nearby, I recommend Restaurant LUMEN, an Italian restaurant near the Louvre, which is really good. Highly recommended.


  • Adress:Place du Marché Saint Honoré (1e)
  • METRO:Pyramides⑦⑭
  • OPEN:Mon/- Tue/- Wed/12:30~20:30 Thu/- Fri/- Sat/07:00~15:00 Sun/-
  • Shops:Flowers 1 Meat 1 Vegetables 5 Specialities of the region 1 Cheese 2 Spices 1 Prepared food 3 Fish 2

Marché couvert des Enfants Rouges


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It’s a marché in the Marais area, it’s indoors, and it’s a great place to have lunch here after you’ve done some shopping, since it’s indoors and there aren’t many days off. If the weather is nice, you can buy some prepared food here and eat it in the Parc du Temple, a little further west.This is the oldest indoor marché in Paris, built in 1615 and renovated in the 90s. The name comes from the color of the clothes of the orphanage (moved in 1777) that once stood next door. There is a very good bistro called “Les Enfants Rouges” nearby, which is also recommended.


  • Adress:39 rue de Bretagne (3e)
  • METRO:Filles du Calvaire⑧
  • OPEN:Mon/- Tue/08:30~20:30 Wed/08:30~20:30 Thu/08:30~21:30 Fri/08:30~20:30 Sat/08:30~20:30 Sun/08:30~17:00
  • Shops:Flowers 2 Chicken 1 Fish 1 BIO Prepared food 2 Moroccan Prepared food 1 Pizza 1 BIO ingredient 1 Japanese ingredient 1 Lebanese ingredient 1 Italian ingredient 1 African ingredient1 Specialities of the region 1  ingredient 1 Specialities of the region 1 Bread 1 Wine 1

Marché Baudoyer


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This is the marché across from the BHV, the home center of Paris. It’s not cheap because the area is full of tourists and office workers, but it’s very convenient to stop by and do some shopping. I think it’s a good idea to go there before you go shopping in the Marais. It’s a short walk to the Seine River, so it’s nice to buy some prepared food and have lunch by the river.


  • Adress:Place Baudoyer (4e)
  • METRO:Hôtel de Ville①⑪
  • OPEN:Mon/- Tue/- Wed/12:30~20:30 Thu/- Fri/- Sat/07:00~15:00 Sun/-
  • Shops:Wine 1 Flowers 1 Chicken 1 Ham 1 Chicken 1 Meat 1 Vegetables 2 Specialities of the region 2 BIO Vegetables 1 Cheese 1 Spices 1 Prepared food 4 Fish 2

Marché Maubert


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This marché is right near La Maison d’Isabelle, the best croissant in Paris in 2018. It’s a convenient location, so you can go here in the morning, buy some fruit, croissants at Isabelle, have a picnic along the River Serre, then visit Notre Dame, Shakespeare Company, etc… It’s going to be a very pleasant day.


  • Adress:Place Maubert (5e)
  • METRO:Maubert Mutualité⑩
  • OPEN:Mon/- Tue/07:00~14:30 Wed/- Thu/07:00~14:30 Fri/- Sat/07:00~15:00 Sun/-
  • Shops:BIO Vegetables 2

Marché Port-Royal


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The marché on the south side of the Luxembourg Park. Right next to the museum of the French military health department. One of the open-air marchés that was created in the 1920s when the indoor marchés were closed. At the same time, Monge (1921) marchés Raspail (1920) and Télégraphe (1922) were created.


  • Adress:Boulevard de Port-Royal , l’hôpital du Val de Grâce沿い (5e)
  • METRO:Les Gobelins⑦
  • OPEN:Mon/- Tue/07:00~14:30 Wed/- Thu/07:00~14:30 Fri/- Sat/07:00~15:00 Sun/-
  • Shops:BIO Vegetables 1 BIO Bread 1

Marché couvert Saint-Germain


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This marché is the most building-like of all the indoor marches. It’s in the St. Germain area and it’s easy to get to, but slightly more expensive. It’s a good place to stop when it’s raining or when you’re in the area, but it’s often crowded with tourists, so it’s all rather expensive. When we tried to buy a fruit, we were charged a premium without a cash register and the change was cheated, so it was a bad impression, but the fishmonger was a nice guy, but expensive.


  • Adress:4~6 rue Lobineau (6e)
  • METRO:Mabillon⑩Saint-Germain-des-Prés④
  • OPEN:Mon/- Tue/08:00~20:00 Wed/08:00~20:00 Thu/08:00~20:00 Fri/08:00~20:00 Sat/08:00~20:00 Sun/08:00~13:30
  • Shops:Flowers 1 Wine 1 Cheese 1 Spices 3 Prepared food 1 BIO ingredient 1 Chicken 2 Fish 2 Key and Knives 1 Vegetables 3 Prepared food 1 Iberian ingredients 1 Drink 1Bread 1 Meat 2 Italian ingredient 1 Greek Prepared food 1

Marché Saxe-Breteuil


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This is a marché with a view of the Eiffel Tower, which I often visit as it is close to my house. I got a pack of coffee beans, a cappuccino and a cannula from the coffee beans shop, then went to the farthest grocery store from the Eiffel Tower to get some lettuce, and all the way back down the line to the crustacean shop where I buy things like blue crab in the fall and winter, and the oysters on sale in this line are delicious. There are two rows of shops at the Marché, one on the right side of the Eiffel Tower with a mushroom shop on the far right, and another that sells only seasonal produce such as apples, strawberries and cherries. There is a cake shop called Mori Yoshida’s, a short walk from the marché, and their cakes are also very delicious.


  • Adress:avenue de Saxe (7e)
  • METRO:Ségur⑩
  • OPEN:Mon/- Tue/- Wed/- Thu/07:00~14:30 Fri/- Sat/07:00~15:00 Sun/-
  • Shops:Honey 2 Flowers 2 Foie gras1 Ham 2 Chicken 2 General store 4 Meat 5 Vegetables 19 Specialities of the region 7 BIO Vegetables 1 Bread 3 Cheese 5 Spices 8 Potato 9 Fish 7

Marché couvert Saint-Martin


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It’s an indoor marché, but in an area I’m a little uncomfortable with. I don’t like the Strasburg St. Denis station because it smells like pee… the stuff they have isn’t bad and the prices are reasonable. I might stop by if I’m passing by, but I don’t feel like I need to go all the way there.


  • Adress:31~33 Rue du Château d’Eau (10e)
  • METRO:Château d’Eau④
  • OPEN:Mon/- Tue/09:00~20:00 Wed/09:00~20:00 Thu/09:00~20:00 Fri/09:00~20:00 Sat/09:00~20:00 Sun/09:00~14:00
  • Shops:?

Marché couvert Saint-Quentin


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The largest indoor marché in Paris. It’s a good place to stop by in the morning on a moving day because it’s close to Gare de l’Este and Gare du Nord. They have a lot of deli items, so it’s fun to buy a deli here and eat it while taking the TGV. The prices are a little reasonable. There are a lot of shops, so I recommend you to buy at the shops where the locals are lined up, because they don’t like expensive shops.


  • Adress:85 bis, bd Magenta (10e)
  • METRO:Gare de l’Est④⑤⑦
  • OPEN:Mon/- Tue/08:00~20:00 Wed/08:00~20:00 Thu/08:00~20:00 Fri/08:00~20:00 Sat/08:00~20:00 Sun/08:00~13:30
  • Shops:Flowers 2 Alcohol 1 Meat 4 Café 1 General store 1 Fish 2 ItalianPrepared food 1 AfricanPrepared food 1 LebanesePrepared food 1 Moroccan Prepared food 1 Vegetables 4 Prepared food 1 Portuguese Prepared food 1 Accessory 1 Cheese 3 Brazilian Prepared food 1 Ham 2 Key and shoe repair 1 Clothes 1 Chicken 1 Bread 1 BIO ingredient 1 Pizza 1

Marché Charonne


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The marche is located right next to Père Lachaise Cemetery. It’s about 200 meters in a straight line from the grave of Jim Morrison, who was the singer of The Doors. It’s quite affordable and the stuff they carry is good. It’s not far from “Sot-l’y-laisse”, which is always a good restaurant, so you might want to visit the marché before lunch. Cooks might know that there’s a great cook’s court nearby called Bragard.


  • Adress:129 Boulevard de Charonne~rue Alexandre Dumas (11e)
  • METRO:Alexandre Dumas②
  • OPEN:Mon/- Tue/- Wed/07:00~14:30 Thu/- Fri/- Sat/07:00~15:00 Sun/-
  • Shops:-

Marché biologique Place du Père Chaillet


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This is the BioMarche near the Voltaire station. I’ve never been to this marché either, as I don’t often go to this area. The opening hours are long on Wednesdays, so it would be nice to buy some souvenirs here and then go to Septime Cave, which opens at 4:00 p.m. to drink wine in the evening, but I’m sure I’ll get drunk and forget a lot of things. Marche is also fun and I recommend FrenchTrotters, SoWeAre and Les Fleurs.


  • Adress:Place du Père Chaillet (11e)
  • METRO:Voltaire : Ligne 9
  • OPEN:Mon/- Tue/- Wed/10:00~20:00 Thu/- Fri/- Sat/07:00~14:30 Sun/-
  • Shops:-

Marché couvert Beauvau (Marché d’Aligre)


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This is one of the marchés I go to the most. I often take my friends there when they come, it’s a great place to see and reasonably priced. There is also a bakery called Blé sucré, famous for its croissants, and the best restaurant in Paris, Virtus (a Michelin star), is close by. There is a great cheese shop in the indoor marché, the larger of the two shops.


  • Adress:Rue d’Aligre (12e)
  • METRO:Ledru-Rollin⑧
  • OPEN:Mon/- Tue/09:00~13:00/16:00~19:30 Wed/09:00~13:00/16:00~19:30 Thu/09:00~13:00/16:00~19:30 Fri/09:00~13:00/16:00~19:30 Sat/09:00~13:00/15:30~19:30 Sun/09:00~13:30
  • Shops:Flowers 1 Prepared food 2 Chicken 2 Fish 2 Vegetables 2 Specialities of the region 4 Meat 3 Specialities of the region 2

Marché découvert Beauvau (Marché d’Aligre)


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Why the marché in Saint-Honoré? It’s an area where you’ll want to say.Saint-Honoré is a street of world high brand stores. It’s open until night on Wednesdays and until the afternoon on Saturdays, so you can stop in while you shop. Nearby, I recommend Restaurant LUMEN, an Italian restaurant near the Louvre, which is really good. Highly recommended.


  • Adress:Place d’Aligre (12e)
  • METRO:Ledru-Rollin⑧
  • OPEN:Mon/- Tue/07:30~13:30 Wed/07:30~13:30 Thu/07:30~13:30 Fri/07:30~13:30 Sat/07:30~14:30 Sun/07:30~14:30
  • Shops:Flowers 4 Vegetables 51 BIO Vegetables 2 Potato 1

Marché Cours de Vincennes


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The marché is located in an area close to the Plaza de la Nacion, which is often elected by protesters. It’s open on Wednesdays and Saturdays, but I wouldn’t recommend going on Saturdays. Or maybe the station is closed some weeks… but it’s not too expensive in the area and there are some pretty good quality products.


  • Adress:Cours de Vincennes, Boulevard Picpus~la rue Arnold Netter (12e)
  • METRO:Picpus⑥Nation①②⑥⑨Porte de Vincennes①
  • OPEN:Mon/- Tue/- Wed/07:00~14:30 Thu/- Fri/- Sat/07:00~15:00 Sun/-
  • Shops:BIO Vegetables 3

Marché Ledru-Rollin


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The marché is located in an area close to the Canal Saint-Martin. You can buy some prepared food and bread here and eat along the Canal Saint-Martin. If you’re not planning to go to the canal and you’re looking for a good marché in the area, I’d recommend the Aligre’s marché.


  • Adress:Avenue Ledru-Rollin , rue de Lyon~rue de Bercy (12e)
  • METRO:Gare de Lyon①⑭Quai de la Rapée⑤
  • OPEN:Mon/- Tue/- Wed/- Thu/07:00~14:30 Fri/- Sat/07:00~15:00 Sun/-
  • Shops:BIO Vegetables 1

Marché Alésia


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Things are pretty good and affordable, but I rarely go to this area because I don’t have anything to do around here. If you go south, there’s a big park with a pond, so you can eat some prepared food bought here or something in the park. Don’t worry about the lack of registered shops, they seem to sell Arab delicacies, etc. The HFH (Fédération hospitalière de France) next door is a French hospital federation, it says hospital, but it’s not a hospital.


  • Adress:Rue de la Glacière と rue de la Santé (13e)
  • METRO:Glacière⑥
  • OPEN:Mon/- Tue/- Wed/07:00~14:30 Thu/- Fri/- Sat/07:00~15:00 Sun/-
  • Shops:BIO Bread 1

Marché Vincent-Auriol


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This is the marché right near the Station-F, the largest incubation and accelerator office in Europe. You can see another large painting of a woman on the right side of the photo, but the walls of the apartment buildings around here have some pretty big graffiti on them, and it’s fun to walk around and look at it. It’s a pretty affordable area to stay in and the marche is affordable. Aside from the “Station-F”, you can also go shopping at Vente Ephemere, a little over 10 minutes’ walk away, for Petit Bateau outlets.


  • Adress:64 Boulevard V. Auriol~rue J. d’Arc (13e)
  • METRO:Chevaleret⑥Nationale⑥
  • OPEN:Mon/- Tue/- Wed/07:00~14:30 Thu/- Fri/- Sat/07:00~15:00 Sun/-
  • Shops:BIO Vegetables 1

Marché Edgar Quinet


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This is a marché located just below the Montparnasse Tower. The size of the marché is large and the prices are reasonable. There are a lot of people who stay in this area. I think it’s fun to buy a lunch or breakfast here and then go back to your room to eat it. Both Wednesday and Saturday are finished after noon, but I hope your timing is right. This is also a marché that has been around since the 1890s when Paris was being rebuilt.


  • Adress:36 Boulevard Edgar Quinet~ rue du Départ (14e)
  • METRO:Edgar Quinet⑥Gare Montparnasse TGV/TER/④⑥⑫⑬
  • OPEN:Mon/- Tue/- Wed/07:00~14:30 Thu/- Fri/- Sat/07:00~15:00 Sun/-
  • Shops:BIO Vegetables 1 BIO Bread 1

Marché Jourdan


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This marché is located within walking distance to the flea market in Vanve. It’s suburban, affordable, and the atmosphere isn’t bad. There’s also a small park about 2 minutes walk away, a 5 minute walk to the east side of the park, Monsoorie Park with a pond, perfect for a picnic, and if you walk to the other side of the park, you’ll find the Vanve flea market. It’s a good place to go to Van Vu on a Saturday and have a picnic on a Wednesday.


  • Adress:Boulevard Jourdan (14e)
  • METRO:Porte d’Orléans④
  • OPEN:Mon/- Tue/- Wed/07:00~14:30 Thu/- Fri/- Sat/07:00~14:30 Sun/-
  • Shops:-

Marché biologique Brancusi


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A small marché on Saturdays only. The good thing about this small marché is that it has a great atmosphere. If you’re staying near Montparnasse, especially in the Gaîté area, I recommend it. I don’t know if the timing is right because it’s only once a week, but all the shops are bio-friendly, so if you’re a picky eater, I recommend it.


  • Adress:Place Constantin Brancusi (14e)
  • METRO:Gaîté⑬
  • OPEN:Mon/- Tue/- Wed/- Thu/- Fri/- Sat/09:00~15:00 Sun/-
  • Shops:BIO Vegetables 3 Fish 1 BIO Cheese 2 BIO Bread 1 

Marché Cervantes


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This is a great place to shop for good, reasonably priced goods. I recommend it if you’re staying in the Vaugirard or Pasteur area of Montparnasse. The Pasteur Institute, founded by Pasteur, who developed a vaccine for rabies, is just around the corner. There is also a museum where you can see the equipment that was used in medical research in the past, so people in the medical industry might want to go there (lol).


  • Adress:rue Bargue と rue de la Procession (15e)
  • METRO:Volontaires⑫Gare Vaugirard TER
  • OPEN:Mon/- Tue/- Wed/07:00~14:30 Thu/- Fri/- Sat/07:00~15:00 Sun/-
  • Shops:Flowers 1 Chicken 1 Ham 1 Vegetables 4 Cheese 1 Prepared food 1 Fish 1

Marché Lecourbe


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The marché is held on Wednesdays and Saturdays. I recommend it because it’s in the suburbs so prices are cheap, but it’s not a safe area. It’s near the Porte du Versailles, where Salon du Vin is held, so it’s interesting to stop by before the Salon. If you go towards the Seine River, there is a large park where there used to be a former Citroën factory, which is good for a picnic. , a place with pleasant music, is recommended.


  • Adress:Rue Lecourbe , rue Vasco de Gama~rue Leblanc (15e)
  • METRO:Balard⑧Lourmel⑧
  • OPEN:Mon/- Tue/- Wed/07:00~14:30 Thu/- Fri/- Sat/07:00~15:00 Sun/-
  • Shops:Flowers 2 Chicken 1 General store 1 Meat 1 Vegetables 7 Specialities of the region 1 Bread 1 Cheese 1 Potato 2 Fish 3

Marché Lefebvre


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A small marché near the Georges-Brassens Park and the Porte du Versailles. The marché started around 1930, when the walls that surrounded the outside of Paris were demolished, but it’s not as big now, so you don’t have to go if you’re not staying nearby.


  • Adress:Boulevard Lefebvre , rue Olivier de Serres~rue de Dantzig (15e)
  • METRO:Porte de Versailles⑫
  • OPEN:Mon/- Tue/- Wed/07:00~14:30 Thu/- Fri/- Sat/07:00~15:00 Sun/-
  • Shops:Flowers 1 Chicken 1 Meat 1 Vegetables 8 Specialities of the region 1 Bread 1 Cheese 3 Potato 1 Fish 3

Marché couvert de Passy


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Passy is in an upscale residential area, very close to the Eiffel Tower and other landmarks, so it’s a nice place to live. The glass block windows and other elements of the atmosphere are also nice, so it’s nice to have lunch here and then walk in the afternoon to the Palais de Chaillot on the other side of the Eiffel Tower.


  • Adress:Place de Passy (16e)
  • METRO:La Muette⑨Gare de Boulainvilliers RER-C
  • OPEN:Mon/- Tue/08:00~13:00/16:00~19:00 Wed/08:00~13:00/16:00~19:00 Thu/08:00~13:00/16:00~19:00 Fri/08:00~13:00/16:00~19:00 Sat/08:00~13:00/15:30~19:00 Sun/08:00~13:00
  • Shops:Flowers 1 Meat 2 Cheese 2 Prepared food 2 Spices 1 Fish 3 General store 1 Vegetables 4 Iberian ingredients 1 Specialities of the region 1 Chicken 1 Watch 1 Bread 1

Marché Auteuil


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The Marché de l’Haute-Euille, home to the French Open Roland Garros and Paris Saint-Germain’s stadium, Le Parc des Princes. It’s a bit exciting to see a collection of cheap marchés in a small place. It’s not very convenient and it’s gone by early afternoon on both Wednesdays and Saturdays, so if you’re just in the area in the morning, I recommend it.


  • Adress:Place Jean Lorrain (16e)
  • METRO:Michel-Ange Auteuil⑨⑩
  • OPEN:Mon/- Tue/- Wed/07:00~14:30 Thu/- Fri/- Sat/07:00~15:00 Sun/-
  • Shops:Flowers 1 Ham 2 Chicken 1 Meat 2 Vegetables 11 BIO Vegetables 1 Bread 1 Cheese 2 Prepared food 1 Fish 2

Marché Président Wilson


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One of the most famous marchés in Paris. Many famous chefs come here to buy their wares. The potato shop in the picture is not only selling potatoes, but also mushrooms from autumn to winter. Mr. Joël Thiébault, one of the leading grocers of this marché, has retired, but a young man of about 30 years old is taking over the same field. Not only are the vegetables rich and delicious, but depending on the season, you can also buy unusual vegetables such as garland chrysanthemums and yellow chives.


  • Adress:Avenue du Pdt Wilson , rue Debrousse~Place d’Iéna (16e)
  • METRO:Iéna⑨Alma-Marceau⑨
  • OPEN:Mon/- Tue/- Wed/07:00~14:30 Thu/- Fri/- Sat/07:00~15:00 Sun/-
  • Shops:Flowers 2 Foie gras1 Chicken 1 General store 2 Meat 4 Vegetables 16 Specialities of the region 6 BIO Vegetables 1 Bread 1 Cheese 4 Spices 4 Prepared food 1 Potato 1 Fish 9

Marché Amiral Bruix


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The marché is located on the side of the Forest of Boulogne, which is home to the Fondation Vuitton Museum and the Marmottan Museum, which is home to works by Monet. This little marché is reasonably priced, but it’s probably not an area I’d go to unless I had to go to the Boulogne Forest… From this marché, it’s about a 20-minute walk through the park to the Fondation Vitton Museum.


  • Adress:Boulevard Bruix , rue Weber~rue Marbeau. (16e)
  • METRO:Porte Maillot①
  • OPEN:Mon/- Tue/- Wed/07:00~14:30 Thu/- Fri/- Sat/07:00~15:00 Sun/-
  • Shops:Flowers 1 Vegetables 1 Bread 1 Fish 1

Marché couvert des Ternes


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The marché is located a little further out in the suburbs. It’s safe to say that it’s open indoors, and they are open many business days, even on rainy days. There are several cafes along the street where you can have lunch. But if you want to get here, you can go to Marché Couvert de Levallois) (Tuesdays, Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays: it’s wide open if you go from 7 to 1pm) on the other side of the same station, about a 10-minute walk away. They have a wide selection of products and are inexpensive. They also have various shops nearby.


  • Adress:8 bis rue Lebon (17e)
  • METRO:Porte de Champerret③
  • OPEN:Mon/- Tue/08:00~13:00/16:00~19:30 Wed/08:00~13:00/16:00~19:30 Thu/08:00~13:00/16:00~19:30 Fri/08:00~13:00/16:00~19:30 Sat/08:00~13:00/16:00~19:30 Sun/08:00~13:00
  • Shops:Flowers 1 Cheese 1 Cheese 2 Confiture 1 Fish 1 Spices 1 Bread 1 Vegetables 1 Asian ingredient 2 Prepared food 1 Chicken 2 Meat 3 Café 1 Accessory 1 Clothes 1

Marché couvert Batignolles


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This is an indoor marché in a suburban area. The Côte de Bouffes (loin steak with beef bones) was about 27 €, which is about 30% cheaper than what you’d get in the 7th arrondissement, but the outside wall of the marché is also quite graffiti-heavy and a bit less Parisian. There is a beautiful park nearby, so you can buy some snacks to eat in the park before you go.


  • Adress:96 bis rue Lemercier (17e)
  • METRO:Brochant⑬
  • OPEN:Mon/- Tue/08:30~13:00/15:30~20:00 Wed/08:30~13:00/15:30~20:00 Thu/08:30~13:00/15:30~20:00 Fri/08:30~13:00/15:30~20:00 Sat/08:30~20:00/ Sun/08:30~14:00
  • Shops:Flowers 1 Wine 1 Cheese 3 Fish 2 Italian ingredient 1 AfricanPrepared food 1 Lebanese ingredient 1 Moroccan Prepared food 1 Vegetables 3 Iberian ingredients 1 Portuguese Prepared food 1 Chicken Meat 3 Specialities of the region 1 Accessory 1 Prepared food 1 Greek Prepared food 1 

Marché Berthier


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This is another affordable marché, but it’s an area where you don’t have much to do. If you’re on your way to the Porte du Champeret and other places where the Spring Salon du Vin is taking place, you can stop by in plenty of time, but if not, I don’t think you need to go.


  • Adress:Boulevard de Reims , Square A. Ulmann 沿い (17e)
  • METRO:Pereire-Levallois③Porte de Champerret③
  • OPEN:Mon/- Tue/- Wed/07:00~14:30 Thu/- Fri/- Sat/07:00~15:00 Sun/-
  • Shops:Flowers 1 Ham 1 General store 1 Meat 3 Vegetables 25 Bread 2 Cheese 1 Fish 4

Marché Navier


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This is a smaller marché located north of Montmartre, just before the Parisian city limits. It’s affordable and has a nice local feel to it, but if you’re going to go here, there’s a large indoor marché in Batignolles about a 10 minute walk away, so I’d recommend going there. If you’re not staying nearby, you don’t have to go…


  • Adress:Rue Navier と rue Lantiez と rue des Epinettes (17e)
  • METRO:Guy Môquet⑬
  • OPEN:Mon/- Tue/- Wed/07:00~13:30 Thu/- Fri/- Sat/07:00~14:30 Sun/-
  • Shops:Chicken 1 Meat 1 Vegetables 3 Cheese 1 Fish 1

Marché biologique des Batignolles


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A marché specializing in bio, not far from the station in Saint Lazare. Things are good here too, so it’s not cheap. It’s not as expensive as Raspail’s Bio Day (Sunday), and it’s not as much of a tourist market, so if you ask me to recommend this marché to the food-conscious people in Paris, I’d recommend it over Raspail. It’s not the most convenient place to go, so if the timing is right. If your timing is right, if you go there, it’s a little bit north, if your timing is right. If you’re there, there’s a Terres de Café a bit further north, so you can take a break there.


  • Adress:96 bis rue Lemercier (17e)
  • METRO:Brochant⑬
  • OPEN:Mon/- Tue/- Wed/- Thu/- Fri/- Sat/09:00~15:00 Sun/-
  • Shops:Cheese 1 BIO Honey 1 Flowers 1 Ham 1 BIO Spices 3 BIO Flowers 2 General store 1 Specialities of the region 2 BIO Meat 3 Bread 1 Cheese 1 BIO Vegetables 11 Spices 3 BIO Bread 2 BIO Fish 3 BIO Cheese 2 BIO Prepared food 3 BIO Ham 2

Marché couvert La Chapelle


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The Marche is located further north from Gare du Nord. The area may be a little bit difficult for Japanese tourists to visit, but there are many good shops around here. If you look at a partridge for 6€ per bird, I think you can get it for about 50-70% of the city price. If you go there, I recommend you to go to Cafe Romi beyond the overpass, or BOB’S BAKE SHOP in the south.


  • Adress:10 rue l’Olive. (18e)
  • METRO:Marx Dormoy⑫
  • OPEN:Mon/- Tue/08:00~19:30 Wed/08:00~19:30 Thu/08:00~19:30 Fri/08:00~19:30 Sat/09:00~19:30 Sun/08:00~13:00
  • Shops:Flowers 1 Prepared food 6 Chicken 1 Fish 2 Tea 1 Wine 2 Vegetables 4 Cheese 1 Specialities of the region 3 Asian ingredient 1 Meat 4 

Marché Barbès


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This is the marché under the elevated Metro Line 2. The shops are crowded together in a small space, so you might feel like you’re in Eastern Europe or another country. There are also many African and Arab delicatessen shops, and the prices are reasonable, so if you’re feeling adventurous, it’s a good place to go. If you want to enjoy the beauty of Paris, I wouldn’t recommend it.


  • Adress:Boulevard Chapelle , l’ hôpital Lariboisière 沿い (18e)
  • METRO:La Chapelle②Barbès-Rochechouart②④
  • OPEN:Mon/- Tue/- Wed/08:00~13:00 Thu/- Fri/- Sat/07:00~15:00 Sun/-
  • Shops:Honey 1 Flowers 1 Chicken 1 General store 7 Meat 1 Vegetables 38 Bread 1 Cheese 2 Spices 3 Potato 3 Fish 3

Marché Ordener


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I’ve only been to this area twice, and it’s not particularly close to any tourist attractions. There is a patisserie called La Goute d’Or, which was recommended to me by a patisserie chef who works in Paris, about 5 minutes walk away.


  • Adress:rue Ordener , rue Montcalm~rue Championnet (18e)
  • METRO:Colonel Fabien②Guy Môquet⑬
  • OPEN:Mon/- Tue/- Wed/08:00~13:00 Thu/- Fri/- Sat/08:00~13:00 Sun/-
  • Shops:Flowers 2 Ham 1 General store 2 Meat 2 Vegetables 7 Specialities of the region 1 Bread 2 Cheese 1 Spices 1 Prepared food 1 Potato 1

Marché Villette


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This marché is located in Belleville, the biggest Chinatown in Paris. The prices are cheap and they even sell live shrimp in sacrificial cups. You can have a Chinese breakfast in Belleville and go to the marché. This marché was also built during the post-war reconstruction period and was founded in 1949. There is a Chinese supermarket near the train station in Belleville that sells cheap sesame oil, mangoes, yams, etc.


  • Adress:27~41. Boulevard de la Villette (19e)
  • METRO:Colonel Fabien②Belleville②⑪
  • OPEN:Mon/- Tue/- Wed/07:00~14:30 Thu/- Fri/- Sat/07:00~15:00 Sun/-
  • Shops:Flowers 2 Ham 1 Chicken 2 Meat 2 Vegetables 9 Specialities of the region 4 Bread 1 Cheese 2 Spices 1 Prepared food 2 Fish 4

Marché Porte Brunet


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The marché is close to Parc de la Villette and the Paris Philharmonic concert hall. It’s not expensive, but the s are reasonable, so if you’re not staying in the area or something, you don’t have to go. But if you’re staying in the area, it’s a must-do. This marché also has a long history and has been around since 1933.


  • Adress:Avenue de la Pte Brunet (19e)
  • METRO:Pré Saint-Gervais⑦bisDanube⑦bis
  • OPEN:Mon/- Tue/- Wed/07:00~14:30 Thu/- Fri/- Sat/07:00~15:00 Sun/-
  • Shops:Flowers 2 Ham 1 Chicken 1 Meat 1 Vegetables 7 Cheese 1 Prepared food 1 Fish 1

Marché Belgrand


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Marche is located near Père Lachaise Cemetery. The price range isn’t bad, but it’s not in a very convenient area, so you don’t have to go there if you don’t have anything in particular to do… If you’re an Oscar Wilde fan, go there while you’re at it, as it’s only about 400 meters from Oscar Wilde’s headstone.


  • Adress:Rues Belgrand, rue de la Chine~Place Piaf (20e)
  • METRO:Porte de Bagnolet③Gambetta③③bis
  • OPEN:Mon/- Tue/- Wed/07:00~14:30 Thu/- Fri/- Sat/07:00~15:00 Sun/-
  • Shops:Wine 2 Flowers 4 Chicken 1 Chicken 1 General store 2 Meat 2 Vegetables 25 Specialities of the region 5 BIO Vegetables 2 Cheese 3 Bread 1 Spices 1 Prepared food 2 Potato 3 Fish 6

Marché Télégraphe


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If you’re staying east of the 11, I recommend this marché right outside the metro. It’s affordable and the stuff is pretty good. But there’s nothing to see here, so you don’t have to spend half the day just for the marché… I would say that the marché was founded in 1844, and the Oscar Wilde Museum is nearby.


  • Adress:43 rue du Télégraphe~rue de Belleville (20e)
  • METRO:Télégraphe⑪
  • OPEN:Mon/- Tue/- Wed/07:00~14:30 Thu/- Fri/- Sat/07:00~15:00 Sun/-
  • Shops:Flowers 1 Chicken 1 Ham 1 Chicken 1 Meat 1 Vegetables 6 Specialities of the region 1 Cheese 1 BIO Bread 1 Fish 1

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