Marché Raspail Paris

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Paris has some amazing farmer’s markets, I explored Battignoles (9th Arrondisement) as well as the Raspail Market (6th arrondisement). Both were wonderful and “Bio” which is the French version of organic. When the French say organic, they mean it. Their meats have no hormones, are grass fed, and the produce is gorgeous. Head over to this lovely market. Here are some of the items we were able to procure here.

Super cute to see all the older Parisians doing their shopping.

Tons of fresh produce including artichokes and tomatoes.

Organic strawberries, sweet & delicious.

Of course, there is cheese.

If you get lucky, the Cantine California will be there. Awesome burgers and tacos.

All types of chickens and birds.

Live sea snails.

Sea urchin.

Mackerel and other fresh fish.

Wild caught dorado.

Sardines.

Lobster.

Spider Crab.

Live Langoustines.

Tomatoes and endives.

Pollock and John Dory.

Leeks.

The Raspail Marche is located on Raspail Boulevard at the Sèvre Babylone ou Rennes stop on the metro and is open Tuesday and Friday, from 7am-2:30pm, and Sunday between 8:30am-2:30pm.

Also check out Galeries Lafayette for a really fun time. You can get everything and more there.


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Blanca Valbuena
I am one of the co-founders of FriendsEAT. Obviously, I love to eat. Other passions include A Song of Ice and Fire, Shakespeare, Dostoyevski, and Aldous Huxley.
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