On rue de Bretagne, this quaint, 400-year-old food market (the oldest in Paris) is a bustling, fragrant labyrinth of ready-to-eat food stalls hawking everything from Caribbean curries to couscous, sushi, and pasta. A hugely popular spot (if the queues are anything to go by) is Alain Miam Miam’s organic crepe stand, which serves made-to-order paninis and pancakes dripping in tasty cheese and ham.  (If the lines are too long, try his shop around the corner at 26 rue Charlot.) This is also where you’ll find some of the best burgers in town: Burger Fermier makes the bread on-site, slathers the burgers in French cheese such as cider-infused Tomme, and only uses hand-picked beef from a farm in northern France. Come late afternoon and you can join the post-shopping crowd over a glass of wine.