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Shops &
restaurants

Shop. Dine. Or simply relax. The many shops in your SNCF station can meet a wide range of needs.


In-station shops

Make the most of your time in the station. Whether you’re coming or going, a wide range of shops are at your service every day.

  • Newsstands, card shops & tobacconists
  • Food & restaurants
  • Entertainment & travel
  • Fashion & accessories
  • Health & beauty

Local produce

No time for shopping after work? No problem. You can pick up seasonal fruits and vegetables just a few steps from your train.

With our innovative Panier Fraîcheur service, local farmers come to your station one or more days a week to sell pre-packed bag of fruits and vegetables harvested from their fields.

It’s a delicious idea that packs convenience, nutrition and great taste into one handy package:

  • produce is fresh, seasonal and sustainably grown
  • bags are pre-packed and ready to go (fruits and vegetables are not sold individually)
  • save by signing up for a bag at regular intervals, or simply buy what you need when you need it
  • pick-up is convenient, with farmers in the station around rush hour (16.30-19.30)
  • prices are competitive, with a regular 4.5-kg bag of mixed produce selling for around €10* and a large 6-kg mixed bag selling for around €15*

* Actual prices may vary

Find out where and when produce is available in your area:

  • For the Paris region, visit the Transilien website
  • Outside Paris, visit the TER website for your region (in French) and click on “Services à bord et en gare” at the bottom of the page.

Recipe ideas

In some stations, your bag will even include a set of seasonal recipes—perfect for making healthy, creative meals with your fresh produce.


A closer look: In-station dining