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Marché Victor Hugo

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Marché Victor Hugo

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Place Victor Hugo, 31000, Toulouse France
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purpleboots wrote a review Sep 2020
wales121 contributions55 helpful votes
good prices at the fruit stands outside. I particularly like the tripe stand(for their andouilette) but lots of great stuff. And lots of super restaurants all around too!
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Date of experience: August 2020
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ekholden wrote a review Sep 2020
Guildford, United Kingdom70 contributions14 helpful votes
One of the nicest markets I have been to. The restaurants above the market are great and the bars on the outside filled with locals. A very nice place to spend some time.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Mathieu H wrote a review Sep 2020
Toronto, Canada113 contributions35 helpful votes
If love cooking or just good food, a place to go. From foie gras, to fantastic fish, from great bread to even better cheese selection... and do not miss all the butcher with their specialties Most of the product are local... and if you need a marche type food, just go try one of the restaurant on the second floor.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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IrishTravelGuru wrote a review Aug 2020
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Amazing typical French market. Full of typical local food including a huge selection of cured hams, fish and of course the famous Toulouse sausage. Good selection of wine bars and even restaurants up stairs. Nice place to spend an hour to look around and sample local food
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Michael B wrote a review Jul 2020
Bellflower, California15,355 contributions360 helpful votes
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We had heard so much about the Victor Hugo Market, and the fabulous restaurants above it, that we decided to pay it a visit for lunch. The ground floor stalls are very interesting as they display a great variety of local produce ranging from fresh oysters, to calf’s feet. There is colour everywhere, and so much hustle and bustle, with people looking and buying all kinds of fresh produce. Admittingly if you are a vegetarian you might find it hard to see all the raw meat, but as a compensation there are also great wine bars and vegetable stalls to view. Prices are a little high but the goods are fresh and it’s an adventure you will not get in your home town supermarket. Go early if you want to eat in one of the second-floor restaurants as they do not take reservations, and close at 2:00pm. To find the entrance leading to the stairs and restaurants above, is a bit of a challenge as it is not that clearly marked, but we went to the NW corner of the market on Place Victor Hugo, just up from Rue du Sale, and found the white entrance looking somewhat like a fire door tucked away there. There are a great variety of fine eating places on the second floor, but on a recommendation of a friend we choose the Le Louchebem restaurant. TIP: On some warm summer evenings musical events are held in the market, and you can buy food and drink while you listen to the music, check the tourist office for times and dates.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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