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This was a real let-down. Many stalls were not open and most seemed to be cafes or bars to eat - which would be nice if that's what you were looking for and came at the right time - like lunchtime. We went in the...More
If you want to see, taste and eat the BEST of what France has to offer, this is it. Also some Spanish and other high quality products. Fabulous for lunch, especially the seafood bars. Oysters, lobsters and champagne....move on to a cheese monger next, and...More
Led Halls is a gastronomic eye opener,not only can you buy your produce there you can sit down and enjoy a meal as well with the plethora of restaurants serving wonderful food,even if you visit just to look at what's available you won't be disappointed...More
An amazing and glorious array of pretty much everything you would ever want to eat and drink; cheese, charcuterie, meat, fish, fruit, vegetables and wine. We stayed on for a delicious lunch at one of the cafes and went home with bags full of goodies...More
Even late after a long day of work, 9pm, we found an open seafood restaurant in the Halles. Oysters were so great, some with only some pepper, a recommendation from the waiter. Wine was excellent as well!
In Part-Dieu, small stalls/shops with great quality produce. This is where to go for special treats - meats, cheeses, fancy cakes and tarts. Beautiful food at a higher price. Well worth a look for foodies.
Always good and high quality of food in this market. The market is inside so that you can walk dry. This is not a traditional market but a market where also restaurants buy products of e.g. Patissiers