Rue Montorgueil, Paris

Marché de Montorgueil

Enjoy a gourmet jaunt through this authentic Parisian street market! Discover the history of the neighbourhood and its numerous vendors offering you delicacies of French cuisine.

  1. What to see and do
  2. Gastronomy
  3. Markets and delicatessens
  4. Marché de Montorgueil


The delivery trucks and busy atmosphere that colour the early morning hours of the rue de Montorgueil take you back to a time in Paris when the Halles Baltard were just around the corner.

Every Thursday and Sunday, the site takes on the atmosphere of a small village full of vendors, some of which have been here for centuries, like the infamous Stohrer bakery which invented the succulent Baba au Rhum. If you’re more in the mood for something savoury, stop by L’Escargot and taste one of their iconic French dishes!

Let yourself get carried away by the delicious scent of quality products by greengrocers, butchers, seafood vendors or cheese makers who welcome you along your journey. Fine grocers and historic vendors blend in with trendy clothing shops, turning this market street into a social hub teetering between tradition and modernity.

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rue Montorgueil
75001 Paris 1er

    Days and opening hours

    All year round.



    Spoken languages

    • French
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    • Hearing disability
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    • Accessible for wheelchairs with assistance

    rue Montorgueil
    75001 Paris 1er

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