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I thought I'd died and gone to heaven - just a perfect place.
The food displays are amazing - there is so much choice. You could eat at a different place every day for a week or more!
We had oysters and wine - perfect....More
An indoor market filled with all foods imaginable offered by 50 ish vendors. Also, there are several small restaurants, each with a specific culinary orientation. It is walkable from Vieux Lyon (about 1/2 an hour).
We set off expecting an amazing hall to rival the likes of San Miguel in Madrid or Borough Market in London. There was a lot of variety but the hall was almost void of customers, which was good as you didn't have crowds pushing you...More
We had always heard of Les Halles de Lyon as a place to visit while in the city. There is plenty of food and a great variety of fresh and local produce. It was okay. However, do visit the market in Barcelona and compare.
One major reason to visit Lyon is to visit this food hall. We skipped hotel breakfast and walked there to be inside when it opened (before the crowds). What proceeded to happen was the most stomach filling happiness known to any gourmet lover of food....More
After a very. Long walk and with high expectations from blogs and videos we were very disappointed that more than half of the stalls were closed and there were very few dining opportunities.
The offerings were varied for meats, bakeries, wines and amazing varieties of...More
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We tried several and realized that in fact they’re all excellent. For some you need to book. The menus on display give you an idea of the specialties for each whether its seafood or meat. We also liked being able to get a... More
We tried several and realized that in fact they’re all excellent. For some you need to book. The menus on display give you an idea of the specialties for each whether its seafood or meat. We also liked being able to get a coffee and a glass of wine when we felt like it.
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