Le Marché des Enfants-Rouges and Tartes Kluger

Le Marché des Enfants-Rouges is one on the oldest market in Paris. It is located along the rue de Bretagne and its name comes from the Hospice des Enfants-Rouges that was a hospital for orphans of the neighbourhood (their uniforms were red so the name of the hospital and market, “children in red”). The market is full of little “restaurants”, like at Brick Lane market in London. You have Japanese food (very good bentos), Italian food, Moroccan food… and of course, French cuisine !

Then, with my friends, we went to Tartes Kluger, a little restaurant/salon de thé that is specialised in tarts and cakes. The menu is changing all year. That day, we tried the passion fruit tart, the peer and red wine tart and the best one (mine), the white chocolate tart capuccino style. Sooo good ! Loved it !

Le Marché des Enfants-Rouges: rue de Bretagne, Paris 3
Tartes Kluger: 6 rue du Forez, Paris 3

7 Responses to “Le Marché des Enfants-Rouges and Tartes Kluger”
  1. Henness says:

    great article, it’s nice to know the history of the places.
    And your photos make me want to try each cakes and tarts…looks so yummy…

  2. Ritournelle says:

    Ah les marché français – et la cuisine française en général – tu n’as pas idée à quel point ça me manque! Ca m’a vraiment frappée quand je suis rentrée pour les vacances de Noël : ma mère m’avait fait un dîner tout simple mais les ingrédients étaient d’une telle qualité que c’était excellent.

  3. fleurette says:

    Tartes Kluger is such a great spot! One of my favorites in Paris!

  4. Mskapje says:

    j’adore cet endroit, j’aimerai m’y poser un jour pour y boire un verre.

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