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“You have to take a look”

Les Halles de Lyon Paul Bocuse
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Lyon Food Walking Tour of the Old Lyon and Halles Bocuse with Tasting
Ranked #9 of 220 things to do in Lyon
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“You have to take a look”
Reviewed April 18, 2013 via mobile

While it may almost be a smallish scale stage set compared to other French indoor and open-air markets Les Halles is just a delight. Beautifully presented French foods of all types offered by friendly and charming staff. Six of us ate fresh oysters, fresh crab, coquilles with loads of excellent Viognier D'Oc for about 30 euros each - good friendly service with no rush. After three hours we left with local cuisin sweets, excellent cheeses, bread and a chocolate passion fruit cake. Easy very local parking.

Visited April 2013
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“Highest End, Indoor Market”
Reviewed April 7, 2013 via mobile

Unbelievable food - the best cheeses, charcuterie, oysters, breads, etc. It is very similar to the Ferry Building in San Francisco and Eataly in New York. But, I went to Le Comptoir for some excellent Jambon and Iberico where they literally shave the meat right off of the leg in front of you...and it came to 65€. Opps, but it tasted fantastic. Would recommend anyone to go, but it will get pricey. Large parking garage next door and a lt of signs directing you there.

Visited April 2013
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“Great bar for reasonable breakfast and lunch”
Reviewed March 9, 2013 via mobile

Only found one great bar on the side aisle that served a decent caffe with sandwiches for breakfast. We came back again for lunch at €6.90 for a saurkraut with sausages and €6.90 for a roast chicken thigh with potatoes. Also €2.50 each for a 12cl of Muscat and Gerwuzrt. Service was impeccable from all the guys behind the bar. Most can speak basic English and always had a smile on their face.

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“Expensive Luxury Food and Drink”
Reviewed March 3, 2013

This is a very high end indoor market, with something like 56 different vendors. There are shops selling fish, meat, cheese, bread, wine, etc., plus any number of shops selling very fancy prepared food. Almost everything is of the highest quality, with prices to match. If you like food, this is a place to go. If you are looking for basic food at modest prices, try one of the open-air markets instead, but if you are looking for top end stuff, this is the place. There are also restaurants here...a favorite occupation on a Saturday or a Sunday morning seems to be to go and have a dozen oysters and some wine while watching the crowds. Weekends are crowded. The hours the market is open are confusing, so check before you go.

Visited January 2013
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Sydney, Australia
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“Foodie Heaven”
Reviewed January 26, 2013

This is a great market and I am jealous I cannot shop there everyday! It has a brilliant ranges of products that we wouldn't see everywhere. It is great to show the kids about food although some may find it a little confronting. Great place for lunch or just freshly shucked oysters a a glass of wine

Visited January 2013
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