~ DIN­ING At the Mar­ket ~

Where Paris - - Flea Market -

FLEA MAR­KET FARE Fine eater­ies are far from lack­ing in the mar­kets with cosy res­tau­rants serv­ing sim­ple fare and home­made tra­di­tional French meals in the fes­tive at­mos­phere of the mar­ket. The res­tau­rants are gen­er­ally open when the flea mar­ket is. MOB HO­TEL RESTAU­RANT This lat­est ad­di­tion to the flea mar­ket eating scene has an in­door and an out­door space for meals and drinks. You can start out here with a healthy break­fast filled with or­ganic prod­ucts or en­joy a pizza or a nice av­o­cado salad for lunch. All in­gre­di­ents are or­ganic and some are pro­duced by farm co­op­er­a­tives. The am­biance is vil­lage-like with a large out­door tree-filled gar­den and a gro­cery store of­fer­ing or­ganic prod­ucts in­side. This venue is open daily. 4 rue Gam­betta, 93400 Saint- Ouen, 01 47 00 70 70 BRASSERIE BIRON This is a tra­di­tional French brasserie, which opened in 1931 and is cur­rently be­ing run by the third gen­er­a­tion of the found­ing fam­ily. The spot serves up tra­di­tional hearty French fare like home­made ter­rine and her­ring filets for starters and beef Bur­gundy or salt pork with lentils for a main dish. As its name im­plies it is lo­cated just at the en­trance of the Marché Biron and there is live mu­sic on Sun­day af­ter­noons. 120 ave Michelet, 93400 Saint- Ouen, 01 40 11 18 72 CHEZ AR­NAUD This restau­rant serves home­made in­ven­tive French cui­sine and is lo­cated in the Marché Biron. The restau­rant works ex­clu­sively with French prod­ucts and bev­er­ages, beers and wines are sourced from small French pro­duc­ers. Starters in­clude a cream of cau­li­flower flavoured with Tonka bean or ra­zor clams with Colonata bacon. Among the main dishes on of­fer are a re­fresh­ing goat cheese salad and a clas­sic beef tar­tar with home­made chips while a baba au rhum is found on the dessert menu. 85-87 rue des Rosiers, 93400, Saint- Ouen, 01 72 40 23 90 MA COCOTTE This loft-like eatery de­signed by Philippe Stark is out­fit­ted with two ter­races and lo­cated in the Marché Paul Bert Ser­pette. On the ground floor a spa­cious room looks out onto the kitchens and up­stairs are two small din­ing rooms with each floor en­joy­ing a spa­cious ter­race. This venue is open daily. 106 rue des Rosiers, 93400 Saint- Ouen, 01 49 51 70 00 LE PAUL BERT This in­sti­tu­tion, which has been op­er­at­ing since 1958, right in the Marché Paul Bert, serves up full-bod­ied fare like large steaks and plat­ters of mar­row in a warm am­biance. Starters can in­clude a raw veg­etable salad and you can wind up with some­thing sweet from the rich dessert menu. 20 rue Paul Bert, 93400, Saint- Ouen, 01 40 11 90 28

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