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Les Halles de Lyon Paul Bocuse

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Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

As we arrived around 14:00, the place was full of people and most restaurant s were packed. Most places are a little expensive comparing to similar places in the city. I would consider redecorating the area that it would feel more welcoming. Today it felt...More

Date of experience: December 2018
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Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

After rave reviews of this place we were terribly disappointed.Yes,the stalls are nice and neat,but it lacks atmosphere or soul.Nowhere near as good as markets in other cities.Its sterile and uninteresting.Give it a miss and go to the outdoor market between Pont Wilson and Pont...More

Date of experience: December 2018
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Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

I hope it is the right place. In Lyon in front of IBIS hotel all several markets for seafood and cheese. We went to resturant called Maison... traditional seafood... all types. Very good. Only the king crab was not that much.

Date of experience: December 2018
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Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

Don't show up too early like we did or there will be few places to eat - I was craving breakfast but few places were open. This is ideal for lunch or a snack. It was still interesting watching impeccably clean stalls setting up various...More

Date of experience: September 2018
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Reviewed 4 days ago

The colours, smells and flavours are not to be missed! A highlight of Lyon and its gastronomy. Try the seafood that you choose yourself. Enjoy a glass of wine and some traditional 'plates', and take in the ambiance. Take home some traditional handmade pasta. It...More

Date of experience: July 2018
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Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

Just wow, come with an empty stomach, or a large cart to buy anything food related. Options cover everything that you might consider to out into your belly!! Can get very busy and be prepared to wait in line or have something cooked and served!

Date of experience: December 2018
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Reviewed 5 days ago

We only intended to wander around and look at the amazing food on offer, but it all looked so inviting we stayed for a two hour lunch! It's probably top quality food at whichever place you choose but we went to Leon and had six...More

Date of experience: December 2018
Thank sky0fblue
Reviewed 6 days ago

Lyon is the gastronomic capital of France. Chef Bocuse has created what Americans would call a Food Court. But on extra steroids. We visited on a Saturday afternoon--not the best choice as it was crowded as could be. But the food in the cases was...More

Date of experience: December 2018
Thank stub905
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

I love my food so this was the place for me. I spent over 4 hours wandering around this great indoor market ending up having lunch at the seafood place as you come in off Lafayette. Lovely freshly made paella I couldn't fault. Ended my...More

Date of experience: November 2018
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

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

Date of experience: October 2018
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Melanie E
August 12, 2017|
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Response from josz134 | Reviewed this property |
Hi, 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
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August 3, 2017|
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Hello, I do not think that dogs would be welcome. I think that the food odours would make any well behaved animal very excited
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Lunchtime @ Les Halles de Lyon Paul Bocuse (4 Replies)
I have read some conflicting information, so I am hoping for clarification. Do most shops close for lunch at Les Halles? Or is it really busy with people eating lunch during the lunch hour? Maybe the shops close for lunch but the few restaurant type places are open and get busy?
May 02, 2017|
Response fromMBA60302|
The shops are open for lunch.
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Prepared Foods (like Takeout, but not quite) (5 Replies)
In Japan, they have a word just for this certain thing, depachika: they’re massive floors, sometimes two, in the larger department stores that densely house a glorious diversity of prepared foods from vendors affordable and upscale, though usually upscale. It’s like a charming, highly walkable neighborhood with narrow streets and no cars, cept this is indoors and everything is food. It’s one of my favorite ways of eating, eating out by eating in: picking food from a stunning variety of foods...More
July 27, 2018|
Response fromUgurd|
I guess the indoor food markets (saluhall) are closest, they have various prepared food too. Hötorgshallen and Östermalmshallen are the biggest ones in Stockholm.
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Places like Les Halles de Lyon-Paul Bocuse (8 Replies)
I’d like to know if there are other places in Lyon like Les Halles de Lyon-Paul Bocuse, a place with many shops of prepared foods to choose from? I love going to a place like La Halle as I love choosing from a large selection of foods to bring food back home for a meal. Thanks for any tips.
July 13, 2018|
Response fromDarth_Feanor|
Smaller version of Les Halles de Bocuse is Les Halles de la Martinière in the very centre of Lyon. It was reopened this winter after a long reconstruction and became a more chic place than it used to be. It's located on the rue de la Martinière, not far from Terreaux square. Disclaimer: I haven't been there since the reconstruction so a feedback from you would be welcome.