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  • YVETTE VAN BOVEN SHARES HER FAV SHOPS AND MARKETS

    Yvette van Boven, a famous Dutch cookbook author, lives in Paris and Amsterdam. As a Kitchen Table Food friend she reveals where to shop in Paris on our site.

    • Feb 2017
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  • Marché d'Aligre

    1

    Farmer's Market

    "The best place to find Moroccan herbs, couscous, pickled lemons, and a good address for French cheese, second hand stuff and retro clothes as well."

  • Marché des Enfants Rouges

    2

    Farmer's Market

    "A great market for ‘street food’, located in a beautiful street. It’s the oldest indoor market in Paris, dating back to 1612"

  • Marché Bastille

    3

    Market

    "Huge market, just like the Albert Cuyp in Amsterdam! Open Thursdays from 7 am to 2.30 pm, Sundays from 7 am to 3 pm"

  • Puces de Vanves

    4

    Flea Market

    "A very nice flea market. It has it all: collectors’ items, ‘brocante’, and antiques. You’ll never leave this market empty-handed."

  • Librairie Gourmande

    5

    Bookstore

    "Take some time for this cookbook store. It looks small at first, until you discover there’s much more upstairs!"

  • La Bovida

    6

    Shop

    "They sell extremely expensive pans, pans you can only dream of."

  • A. Simon

    7

    Shop

    "If they don’t sell it, it probably doesn’t exist. China, glassware, bakeware, pans, out of this world!"

  • E. Dehillerin

    8

    Shop

    "A little touristy, but it’s a very good store for copper pans and knifes."

  • La Vaissellerie

    9

    Furniture / Home

    "For cheap (white) kitchen and dinnerware, and for things you never new you really could not do without."

  • G. Detou

    10

    Grocery Store

    "If you need something that is hard to find, go to G. Detou. If you pronounce it right, it sounds like j’ai de tout = I have everything."

  • Cafés Verlet

    11

    Café

    "For the best Lapsang Souchong I go to this beautiful coffee and tea shop."

  • La Grande Épicerie de Paris

    12

    Gourmet

    "The first time I visited I got tears in my eyes. Just watching the butchers tying meat ‘French-style’ is a feast."

  • Café des Deux Moulins

    13

    Bistro

    "The area of Rue Lepic is one of my favorites. Rue Lepec is the street where the café of Amélie Poulin (from the movie Amélie) is located."

  • Marché Saint-Pierre

    14

    Fabric Shop

    "At this large and 100-year-old department store they sell all kinds of fabrics: fine French table linens, upholstery fabric, summer cotton, lace, leather...".

  • Merci

    15

    Department Store

    "Bring a baf of money to this department store! It has an organic restaurant for lunch downstairs and a café in the front at the book section."

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