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Where to eat on the go in Marseille?

Discover our selection of places to eat on the go in Marseille, where gourmet flavours and speed come together to delight taste buds in a hurry!

Published on 5 January 2023
Estelle Desrutins
Estelle Desrutins
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Razzia

For a quick meal on Cours Julien, head to Razzia Marseille! Axelle lovingly prepares hearty sandwiches, including a veggie recipe and a meat recipe. The menu is small but delicious, with seasonal ingredients. A must if you’re passing through Notre-Dame du Mont! Open Tuesday to Saturday, 8.30am to 6pm.

Bagnat

Head to Bagnat in Saint-Victor for the best pan bagnats in Marseille! Behind the candy pink façade, Diane and François offer a pretty menu with the classic bagnat (faithful to the pan bagnat charter), and several original sandwiches such as burrata and mortadella (super generous burrata!), the new pan saucisse and even a veggie option. A must-try if you’re in the neighbourhood! Open Tuesday to Saturday lunchtimes.

Chez Fanny

Chez Fanny is the unmissable institution on rue Bonneterie near the Panier district. Every lunchtime on weekdays, locals and connoisseurs flock here for hearty sandwiches (with a special mention for the Gros Dédé), hot dishes and homemade burgers. Make sure you get there early to avoid queuing!

Marcel Pané

Cordon bleu is the regressive dish par excellence, but at Marcel Pané at Cours Julien it has nothing to do with the industrial things you find in supermarkets. Here everything is homemade, from the breading to the accompaniments, for a quick, substantial meal, but with seasonal vegetables for a healthy side! You can choose between several types of breadings and cheeses for an original, and above all, super tasty lunch. And for those who don’t want to travel, Marcel Pané is also available for delivery. Open every lunchtime (and even in the evening) except Sunday and Monday.

Limon sandwicherie

Did you know that you can enjoy delicious sandwiches at the top of the Canebière? Limon offers a range of sandwiches with seasonal vegetables, cheese, meat or fish, homemade pickles, all with beautiful colors for your Instagram post. Olivier the Chef has worked at Grandes Tables and at Gilda so he masters catering! Every lunchtime you will find a veggie offering, a meat offering, a bowl and a dessert. Bonus: Olivier also offers a catering package! Open every lunchtime except weekends.

Did you know?

In Marseille, the dark kitchen Mon Chef offers you quick and easy delivery of bistronomic dishes prepared by Chef Thibault Barbafieri (ex Top Chef)! High-end cuisine at an affordable price, with products coming directly from short circuits and small local producers. Perfect for an important meeting or just for you for fun!

Dwish

Dwish is THE artisan sandwich shop in the Edmond Rostand district not to be missed. The objective of the place is to restore the image of your lunch sandwich. Here there are only fresh, homemade and/or local products (we particularly recommend the raclette one from La Meulerie friends or the ‘Parigot’ with ham from Maison Payany). Everything is done using an eco-responsible approach (zero plastic, deposits, reduction of packaging, seasonality of products), and Mathieu, the Chef and creator of Dwish, also pays particular attention to desserts for those with a sweet tooth! Open every lunchtime except weekends.

Gazette

This former newsstand on Boulevard de la Corderie was taken over by the Gazette team to offer an Italian food offering to enjoy on the go! On the front page, homemade sandwiches, with puccia bread from Puglia, and several original recipes offered: meatballs like at nonna’s, pulled pork, chicken or mortadella with truffle. The establishment also has a delicatessen section to treat you. Gazette is open every lunchtime from Monday to Saturday and it’s a real gem.

Pain à l'Ail

The address not to be missed for authentic Provençal street food to enjoy during your lunch break! In the form of a sandwich (aïoli, stew or bouillabaisse), with original recipes depending on the season (the sea urchin omelette is a gem), this small restaurant with terrace on rue de la Tour never ceases to attract tourists and local from Monday to Saturday noon.

Le Food Market Chomp Chomp

Place Verneuil, the Chomp Chomp concept has been offering food dishes from all over the world since 2022, directly from street bikes! The dishes are made in front of you, using fresh, seasonal ingredients. A real pleasure break that invites you to travel. Ideal if you work in the Joliette district! Monday to Friday, 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.

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