Farmer’s Market – Neuilly-sur-Seine Paris

Sabine and I made a quick trip over to Paris last week to eat and walk and wander around. We had an amazing meal at the wonderdul L’Ami Jean on the 27 rue Malar just off Quai D’Orsay – more on that in another article later this month. We’d decided to stay in Port Maillot near La Defence – but also near the suburb of Neuilly-sur-Seine, and this lead to a grand surprise.

The surprise was the Neuilly-sur-Seine Farmers’ Market, which appeared in front of us following an incredibly drab croque madame for breakfast at a corner bar up the road from our hotel (the AC Marriot). It’s not a huge market but it shines. Its peppers and tomatoes, its seabass, and ‘papillote’ using silver foil, even its rain-soaked paving, all of it shone. So, I took some photographs and swore to return with a truck and a full wallet.

4 thoughts on “Farmer’s Market – Neuilly-sur-Seine Paris

  1. My wife and I rented an airbnb for two weeks, about a year ago, in the area. The owner of the airbnb turned us onto the same market. Best ever fresh pasta of all kinds we’ve ever had (filled and unfilled), including trips to Italy, but to be fair I think the pasta stand at the market was run by an Italian family. Everything else was exceptional as well. It was our go to market. Wish I remember which days it was open. I’m back again in the area for work and will be going again.

  2. Hi Ian,

    I hope this helps – head to Place du Marché, 92200 Neuilly-sur-Seine, France. It’s off Avenue de Charles de Gaulle. It’s open three mornings as week, and is also called Marché des Sablons.

  3. Hi Tim Re the Farmer’s Market in Neuilly-sur-Seine, Paris. I circled the block which has a Monoprix store alongside the park on the corner of de Shezy and Peretti and I can’t find the food market. Please help. Cheers, Ian

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