Market Paris Seine, Paris
Market Paris Seine, Paris - Address
Address: 79 Rue de Seine, 75006 Paris, France
Timings: 08:30 am - 11:30 pm Details
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About Market Paris Seine, Paris
Overview of Market Paris Seine
As you traverse the city of Paris, you'll stumble upon Market Paris Seine. Missed by most of the visitors, Market Paris Seine is unique in its own way.
Paris tours ideally do not include a visit to Market Paris Seine.
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Getting around Market Paris Seine, Paris
The most preferred mode of transport is Train. The transit will take around 11 minutes, covering a distance of 4.65 Kilometre. The trip will cost you roughly EUR 3.Public Transport : Bus
Take a Bus from Saint-Germain - Odeon. The total distance will be 3.86 Kilometre costing EUR 2 and the duration of the trip will be 16 minutes.Taxi
It is recommended to take Taxi which will cost you roughly EUR 11, taking around 6 minutes. The distance between the two points is 4.61 Kilometre.Towncar
Best transit method is Towncar. The distance is 4.61 Kilometre, costing around EUR 6. The duration of the trip is 6 minutes.Walk
On foot. The distance is 3.57 Kilometre and time to reach is approximately 43 minutes.Cycle
The most preferred mode of transport is Cycle. The transit will take around 18 minutes, covering a distance of 4.36 Kilometre. The trip will cost you roughly EUR 2.
It is recommended to take Bus from Saint-Germain-Des-Pres, which will cost you roughly EUR 2, taking around 4 minutes. The distance between the two points is 0.9 Kilometre.Taxi
Best transit method is Taxi. The distance is 2.34 Kilometre, costing around EUR 7. The duration of the trip is 2 minutes.Walk
On foot. The distance is 1.65 Kilometre and time to reach is approximately 20 minutes.Cycle
The most preferred mode of transport is Cycle. The transit will take around 8 minutes, covering a distance of 1.72 Kilometre. The trip will cost you roughly EUR 2.
Take a Bus from Saint-Germain-Des-Pres. The total distance will be 1.19 Kilometre costing EUR 2 and the duration of the trip will be 4 minutes.Taxi
It is recommended to take Taxi which will cost you roughly EUR 8, taking around 2 minutes. The distance between the two points is 2.45 Kilometre.Walk
By walking for 17 minutes for a distance of 1.4 Kilometre.Cycle
Suggested transit method is Cycle. The distance between the points being 1.73 Kilometre, the time taken for the journey is 7 minutes. The expense of the trip is EUR 2.
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The products and quality are generally good, but some of the staff are badly organized and very rude. I'm there every day, not a tourist, but it's a regular headache for me. Yesterday, for example, I went to get in line. It was lunchtime, which means that the queues are enormous. There is one queue that you can stand in to get delivery, but normally everyone can use it; it's just that you are required to use it for delivery. I went to get in line, but the woman behind the cash register told me (rudely) that it was the line for delivery and that I needed to go in the next line (despite the fact that the place was packed and that there was absolutely no one behind the person getting delivery, so this woman would just be sitting around after that customer). So, I moved three feet over and got in the other line. Almost immediately, the woman behind the cash register called the woman in front of me over so that she could complete her checkout. I asked her why she had just turned me away, and she told me that now that she was done with the delivery checkout, she would take customers, but that the other woman was ahead of me. She then began complaining about my question to her new customer. I would have understood had this been a newly opened cash register, but it was not, and the gap between the woman turning me away and calling the other woman over was maybe five seconds. Okay, so fine. Today I went back in, and as usual, the line was enormous. There were three people running cash registers, but two of them suddenly decided to go on lunch break. The remaining one was dealing with a customer who was taking an unaccountably long time, so the line just...stopped. Two new women came in to open up cash registers, taking their time and not the least concerned about the huge line. One of the women was the woman who had been rude to me the day before. She was actually just sitting at the cash register doing nothing for a good few minutes before she finally deigned to call customers up, and I happened to be the next person in line. There had been no baskets at the entrance, so I had an armload of stuff, and I accidentally dropped my yogurt. I told her that it had broken, but she completely ignored me (she actually hadn't even greeted me, as is customary). So, I set the yogurt aside. The security guard noticed the yogurt came over to point it out, so I asked him if I needed to pay for it. The woman behind the cash register started going on this long lecture about how it was my responsibility and that I needed to pay for it. Okay, fine. It's true that normally, good customer service would suggest that they let it go, but I broke it, so fair is fair. I would pay for it. I wasn't going to argue about it, although I did gently point out to the woman (mostly because she was so rude) that normally it was the kind of thing that stores would let go, but that I would pay for it. And then...she kept on lecturing me about how I needed to pay, it was my responsibility, I broke it...YES. I KNOW. I'M PAYING FOR IT. Goodness, just let it go. I don't like going into the grocery store to simply purchase a few items and experiencing such a headache. Oh, and I speak French, so it wasn't like there was some kind of language barrier. This was just rudeness. Quick edit based on the manager's response: thank you so much!! It's really kind of you to respond. I should add that most of the staff really are quite pleasant; while long lines are a bit of an issue, it's really just that one woman who is actually rude.
Open late and have a massive selection of food at a reasonable price. Typical supermarket with a nice staff. Recommend
Convenience store that covers basic needs. A lot of packaged food, cheese, drinks, wine, groceries. All you need to take to your hotel room or apartment. However closed on Sundays. Good price level. More selection and alternative nearest grocery is Monoprix shop just pass by St Germain Church across the street, 200 meters away.
Great neighborhood grocery store. Always crowded. Lines move fairly fast. Closed on Sundays. Prices reasonable. The orange juice machine isn't always out and I wish they sold the bigger bottles like Franprix.
I wish we had little markets like the one in Europe they are cheap and they have everything you would want they are great I tried to go to every one I saw hahaha....