Le Traiteur Marocain

Le Traiteur Marocain

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56 Rue de Bretagne, Marché des Enfants Rouges, Paris, 75003, France

For a taste of authentic Moroccan cuisine inside the oldest covered market in Paris, visit Le Traiteur Marocain, a take-away café (with a few eat-in tables) in the Marais’ Le Marché de Enfants Rouges. Named for the uniforms worn by children in the orphanage that once stood here, the now-rebuilt market has been in business since 1615. Le Traiteur Marocian occupies a small niche, but with its vibrant blue Moroccan-tiled tables, colorful tagines, and clay plates heaping with traditional favorites such as vegetable or chicken couscous, it’s a feast for the eyes and palette.

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