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A great market with lots of stuff to look at and buy or just to see what the French people buy on a daily basis - fruit and vegetables that are most intersting for example different coloured tomatoes! Some speciality cakes the Caneles and the...More
Our local hosts suggested we come here on Saturday. So happy we did. This is a must-see for visitors. The cheeses, meats, breads, sweets, vegetables and fruit made us want to move to Bordeaux. Maybe the oysters did it! Tip to visitors: come for brunch...More
We walked to this market for a visit and some lunch. Lots of fish vendors and other food stalls. There are several small restaurants within the market. We bypassed the popular one near the entrance where all the tourists were and chose instead one called...More
It's the traditional French produce market: no frills, no dazzling lights, just fresh produce, cheese charcuterie and fresh seafood. Worth a visit to check out the best food France can offer in a no-nonsense environment. Also a chance to eat that food in a number...More
We came here a couple of times and recommend visiting towards mid-day as a tourist there are more samples available, more people and the food outlets are open. We liked it a lot and it’s a must do whilst in Bordeaux.
If you are a food lover like me then a visit to Marche du Capucins is a must. Open every day bar Monday this bustling busy undercover market offers everything from an array of fresh meat, fish and vegetables to lovely places for a bite...More