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. 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.