I like to visit the Le Als market. It looks old and old, but it doesn’t have a special atmosphere. There are many things to buy, and there are quite a few cafes and restaurants around, so you can experience the life of the locals.
The Lear Mall is next to the metro, and it's a huge metro stop for a visit, and the main attraction is the many cafes, and it's recommended to sit down for a coffee with Parisians
At night to the Lear Market, the cafes and bars around were very busy and found a cafe for a coffee and a simple meal like the locals, which was very nice
This bar is an anomaly in the bars around Versailles Market. It opens at 6:00 in the morning and closes in the evening 18：00-19：00. Simple meals are available every day, but simple meals are not for profit, and the price is expected to be affordable. Almost all the items here are cheaper than the bars around, for the simple reason that the boss has been reluctant to raise prices for ten years, rather than fear of changing prices he can't remember, he prefers to answer when the old customer asks the price, "or that price, has not changed."
Went to this market on weekends, there was a lot of local exchange, it was nice.