The Food Market®, Paris’s ever popular street food celebration

For seven years, now, the Food Market® has brought people together around a love of high-quality street food. The event gets star chefs out of their kitchens and places them at the centre of this culinary stage.

From neobistrot to doner kebabs and tacos, the Food Market selects the best of everything street food has to offer for the event.

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Our mission: make the world’s best burgers. From our beef, provided by a farm in the Aisne region, to our cheddars aged 6-18 months supplied by a small operation in Somerset, England, and without forgetting our homemade sauces: nothing is left to chance. The choice of our ingredients are built upon an agricultural know-how that guarantees unique flavour and promises explosive recipes. Restoring the image of the burger, that’s our humble work.


The idea for Homer & Janet was born when Chef Moïse Sfez discovered and fell in love with lobster rolls in New York.

His lobster also shares its celebrity status with the brioche rolls created by a Meilleur Ouvrier de France award-winner especially for Moïse and he has even won the Lobster Roll World Championship in Portland, USA.


The winning duo formed by Carlos Peñarredonda and Mads Christensen came about when they met working in the kitchens of Paris’ renowned bistro restaurants such as Le Mary Celeste, Hero and Candelaria.

After months of discussion and brainstorming, they decided to unite their strengths and launch their first independent project, inspired by their roots, their travels around the world, their culinary and gastronomic experiences, and above by all celebration and fun: BANG BANG!!!


Yemma, chef Abdel Alaoui’s canteen.

Simple, delicious and authentic Mediterranean cuisine inspired by Moroccan street food and recipes from Alaoui’s “Yemma”.

Yemma, which is Arabic for “mummy”, is best-known for its incredible Kazdal, a sandwich rolled up in a msemem wrap filled with chicken, merguez or kofta, or sometimes even “thonthon du bled” (a lyrical wordplay on “tuna”).


Panda Panda is the pop canteen that invites you to (re)discover Chinese cuisine. Dumplings, Bao, street food & more… everything is traditional and homemade by their chefs and Bao masters trained directly in Hong Kong! Let yourself be carried away by the atmosphere of the typical night markets of HK and find the perfect mix between tradition and modernity at Panda Panda.


At Nopal we cook with our hearts and our memories of our grandmothers’ good recipes. We are proud to put all our efforts in the kitchen to give you the true taste of traditional Mexican cuisine. We love more than anything else we do: making tacos to transport our customers to Mexico!


The temple of Italian food in Paris invites itself to Cocktail Street! Eataly Paris Marais, will be present this year to make you taste all the products of the boot: focaccia, mortadella, melanzane, burrata, fregola, prosciutto di Parma. Without forgetting the pasta of course: cappellacci, small pasta stuffed with ricotta, spinach with tomato or mushroom sauce and parmesan cremoso.


Recreating the flavours of times-gone-by, Yummy Guiltfree waffles are like no others and renowned for their variety of traditional and original recipes loved by foodies and people with food intolerances alike. A healthy, fun and gluten-free concept for everyone! At Yummy Guiltfree, everything is home-made and prepared while-you-wait from recipes created by Chef Damien Cassart.


Last year, chef Lorenza Lenzi and the duo from The Social Food introduced us to their new gastronomic project: Téa Gelato. During 3 weeks of pop-up, a few lucky ones were able to taste their incredible Italian ice creams with various flavors (milk, chamomile, matshi honey, honeycomb or olive oil, rose and rhubarb) and their maritozzi. Good news: they are back for a weekend on Cocktail Street!