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Les Halles Paul Bocuse, Lyon

(4.3/5 based on 1,900+ reviews on the web)
Les Halles Paul Bocuse is a covered marketplace with over 50 upscale shops and restaurants. Newly built in the 1960s, this is also a market with the best of Lyon's ingredients for the city's famous cuisine. Sausages, dumplings, and snails are hung, iced, and arranged just so to lure your eye away from competing vendors; this isn't the original market, but a reconstructed version. The original was built in 1869, but later was demolished. The locals missed a market where they could purchase the best goods directly from the origin, so it was reconstructed in its full glory and with modern improvements, such as spacious walkways. Plan to visit Les Halles Paul Bocuse during your Lyon vacation using our convenient Lyon trip itinerary planner.
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  • Here is a must see-estimate variation on the assortment, high quality of specialties and enjoy a lunch here before you go. We have many laps enjoyed seafood stall-and it is strongly recommendable-reasonable priced-high quality and fine wines on the map. An experience indeed. But there are many other good options for a memorable dining experience in here.
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  • The place or it takes coming from the appetizer to dessert a selection of magical restoration of the Pata negra to oysters a maze of wonders
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  • Fine and unusual place! Very good products and a very large choice available. A place to visit if you are in Lyon.
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  • A foodies heaven, this is an excellent market for specialty and gourmet food. You can find everything here from produce, cheese and charcuterie to pastries wine truffles and even caviar. The prices are high, but generally the quality matches what you paid for. Some nice places to eat or drink inside. I recommend the Oyster sellers.
  • Les Halles is the place where foodies go to vacation. I literally spent four hours on a Saturday wandering through the halls. Needless to say, any plans I had originally planned for the day were ruined...not that I cared. You can walk through and find everything your heart desires. Fresh produce, fish, meat, cheese, charcuterie, breads, sweets, and chocolates. They even have a truffle shop! Not knowing much French, I found it difficult to try and get a seat to dine in one of the restaurants. Do I just take a seat, do I ask a waitress, is there a spot to stand and wait? On this day, I came for sweets. I will return for other delicious treats at another time and will hopefully complete this review.
  • A total paradise for food lovers. A little pricier then the average grocery store. But the quality is awesome.
  • Thoroughly enjoyed walking the aisles and sampling the goods at this market. The patisseries were fantastic and the range of fromages is incredible. So much to look at so spend some time there.
  • Great place to pick up some fresh produce or have an expertly cooked meal in local style.