L’Estaminet des Enfants rouges
Before you sit down to eat, you can lose yourself amid the stalls of the Marché des Enfants-Rouges, which has been a fixture in the Haut-Marais since 1615. Its metallic, glass-roofed market halls have lost none of their character, and its colourful stalls are sure to whet your appetite…
L’Estaminet des Enfants rouges is hidden on the edge of the market, with its outdoor seating providing an ideal vantage point to enjoy the spectacle. In these decidedly foodie surroundings, the café is a fervent champion of bistro food (cold meat and cheese platters, saucisse au couteau with homemade mashed potato, ‘grandma’s’ veal stew, prime rib of beef, tarte Tatin, vanilla millefeuille, etc.) and proudly displays its local credentials with the ** “Ingredients from here, cooked here”** badge, awarded to restaurateurs who make homemade food using local products and are committed to protecting the environment…
Qualities that went without saying in 1615, but now seem revolutionary. Times change, but the Marché des Enfant-Rouges and its spirit live on!
Access and contact
Days and opening hours
Every day throughout the year between 9 am and 8 pm. Closed Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday.
- Adult menu: 17.50 to 22 €.