Le Marché d'Aligre Paris

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Le Marché d’Aligre – My neighbourhood market

Whether you’re doing your weekly shopping, looking to impress with a lavish dinner for friends or simply fancy taking a stroll and snapping up some unusual ingredients for a culinary experiment, you will not be disappointed by what these motormouthed (and at times deafening) market sellers have to offer…

Just turn south off rue du Faubourg Saint-Antoine onto rue d’Aligre and let yourself be drawn into the hustle and bustle of one of the largest and most competitively-priced markets in the city. With the loveliest of seasons come the mountains of melons and apricots and plums. 

The Marché Beauvau is the covered market and local encyclopaedia of meats, fish, cheeses and flowers. If you walk in from the main square, take your pick of the smelliest cheeses from the stall on your right.

Here are a couple of noteworthy fuel stops: La Boucherie des Provinces, a butcher-eatery serving up côte de boeuf, steak tartare (seasoned with plenty of cornichons and chilli), lamb chops…and pretty much any meat he is selling, to the delight of the city’s meat lovers. For those of you who prefer fish, the fishmonger Paris-Pêche has fresh seafood galore, and a classy seafood bar at the entrance of the market, which also serves up lobster, crab and huge platters to take away.

Tip: My current treasure chest is wallet-friendly Epicerie Sabah, as I’m having fun experimenting with their spices, freshly cut feta and huge, juicy olives…

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Place d'Aligre, Paris

Opening Times

Tue - Sat 09:00 - 13:00 & 16:00 - 19:30, Sun 09:00 - 13:30


Last Changed Date: 2016-05-19 11:45:13 +0200 (Thu, 19 May 2016)