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I have been to several covered markets in France and Marche Victor Hugo is one of the more impressive ones. You can order and eat oysters, stand at a wine bar or browse the aisles of a variety of meats, cheeses, prepared meals etc. A...More
Arrived at 9am on a Saturday, love a market. This is much smaller than I expected but if I was local I would be here every week. Lots of pride in produce presentation. Not much to buy as a tourist to take home but bars,...More
you can find all kind of foods especially the East-Southern specialties. but the best is the restaurants in the first floors with differents specialties. we tried the seafood one with a whole menu at 19 euros. the dihes are very generous and the food is...More
The place is brilliant and you get to not only find good food (fish, duck, cheeses, etc.), but also learn a lot about it. The sellers would gladly explain everything to you! On the other hand, and even considering that you will find good products,...More
if you are not a specialist as a food traveller...that is the answer to your quest. all in one!! Very good quality. Anything you wish to taste..from meat to sea food. from chases to cheeses...but little bit more expensive!!
Visiting the Victor Hugo covered market was a highlight of my recent trip to Toulouse; had been looking forward to it, and it did not disappoint. Beautiful displays, charming vendors. Even the café au lait at the little bar by the entrance was perfect! I...More
We visited the market as soon as we arrived in Toulouse. It was lunchtime but we didn’t want to have a full meal. What fun we had visiting different stalls and buying our food. We found a “table” set up in a barrel close to...More
Though I'd been living in Toulouse for a while, I had never visited the Victor Hugo Market. Then came the Nights at Victor Hugo events (You can find them on Facebook :)). The concept is simple yet efficient and very pleasurable. Every once in a...More
Yes on Sundays morning... Better to be there before 10 am and avoid the crowd. You can also have lunch upstairs in one of the many tiny Bistros offering local dishes. Unsure about the Bistros open on Sunday noon but all week... More
Yes on Sundays morning... Better to be there before 10 am and avoid the crowd. You can also have lunch upstairs in one of the many tiny Bistros offering local dishes. Unsure about the Bistros open on Sunday noon but all week long yes.