Les Halles de Lyon Paul Bocuse, Lyon

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Les Halles de Lyon 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. Arrange to visit Les Halles de Lyon Paul Bocuse and other attractions in Lyon using our Lyon trip itinerary maker app.
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  • Accidentally came here without making reservations 6 of us. The staff ( Lola) friendly and helpful She help us with the translation of the food which were all in French and recommmended the local... 
    Accidentally came here without making reservations 6 of us. The staff ( Lola) friendly and helpful She help us with the translation of the food which were all in French and recommmended the local...  more »
  • This large hall has small eateries, cheesemongers, fishmongers, butchers, charcutiers and patisseries. If you are looking for gifts and good food, this is a place to go - but be warned, it gets very.....  more
    This large hall has small eateries, cheesemongers, fishmongers, butchers, charcutiers and patisseries. If you are looking for gifts and good food, this is a place to go - but be warned, it gets very.....  more »
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  • The pastries are so pretty, it feels almost guilty to eat them. Nonetheless, I ate them. I ordered the chocolate mousse one and I was thinking of getting more but it's so rich that I was very full at the end. I'd like to go back and more of the pastries. There were dozens and dozens!
  • This is a nice indoor market. It has quite different atmosphere to la boqueria market in Barcelona. Both of them are great place to see and eat. But, this market has unique features like quiet and less crowded. Local fruits, cured meat , and seafood were excellent. My wife and I enjoyed cured meat and varieties of seafood, oysters, sea urchins, shrimps, and clams. They know how to sell and packages cured meat. One of stores used a vacuum sealed package for cured meat. We felt safe to carry them. All of staffs were friendly and kind. One of members even made a luxury restaurant reservation for us. I think that they know good local restaurants because they are the food suppliers.

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