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We came to Metz on a day trip to visit the Cathedral but were a bit famished and were so happy to find that the market had places for a sit down meal! We opted for the Italian place at the end of one of...More
The covered markethall is close to the cathedral and invites you for a nice walk where you can enjoy a look at the many colourful stalls offering all kinds of tasty food.
Many locals do their daily shopping here, but the "marché couvert" is also...More
This place has so much good looking, fresh food. The issue of course it would be better if you had a place to cook or store this food, but there are plenty of things you could get and eat on the go. Parking is underneath,...More
Went to buy a few things for a picnic. The market is small but nice. You have a nice selection of fruit, vegetables, cheese and meet. There’s a bakery inside and you can also buy cooked dishes and salads. Not so cheep but very fresh....More
The covered market (‘marché couvert’ in French) of Metz came as a total surprise. We were expecting a Baltard-style glass and ironwork construction or some kind of modern market hall but found a gorgeous U-shaped Neoclassical complex in yellow limestone that looked nothing like a...More
A fully covered market, which looks like it is active all year round. There is everything to be found here, from bakery items to fish, Italian foods (wine, cheese, meats), fruits and vegetables. It is busy and gets a little cramped, but it is fully...More
You should not miss it. The market is not too big but it has a great variety of french food there, fruits and vegetables too. The visitors are local people and tourists too. Negative point: There’s not a lot of place to seat and enjoy...More
I’m not going to lie..I came here for the cheese. But there is so much more here. If you have means to cook you can purchase meats and seafood. Inside there are also restaurants and a beer garden. It’s a fairly small market to what...More
The market is across the street from the cathedral. There are numerous small shops inside, selling mostly food items and providing space to sit and eat if that is what you want. I bought my wife a local spice mixture that I was assured was...More