Tuesday, October 4, 2011

Le Marché des Enfants Rouges

Today I had lunch with my man near his showroom, at the Marché des Enfants Rouges. It's a very typical place with friendly small restaurants that look more like canteens but with quality food, where you can eat any kind of food : Italian, Japanese, Morrocan, Libanese, French. It's very popular and in the week people who work in the quartier take their lunch break there. It was still crowded at 2:00 when we arrived. We went to the Japanese one, and ate delicious raw fish and fried chicken.
It was great to get to spend some time alone and outside the house with my sweetie.

If you travel to Paris, you have to go there: not pretentious yet trendy. International yet so Parisian.

Of course, all pictures taken with my new best friend.


un courant d'air dans la maison said...

les plats ont l'air délicieux... (moi aussi je veux un best friend comme ça ! ;-)

French Cannes Cannes said...

I've always wanted to eat there! We go and walk around but i'm never quite sure how it works - do you just grab a seat like in a cafe?

Anabelle said...

You must try it! I think the best is to go at the counter before sitting down. I've been told that the Morrocan food is delicious there, but I haven't tried it yet.