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Not so much a Les halles but food places set up with different types of food. You can order anything from anyone and it is cooked fresh and bought to your table. Pizza, salads, deserts, Asian foods, fish including salmon,prawns etc. Great concept and on...More
This is not a food market really. You can buy produce, but it is more set up as an eatery. The stalls each provide a different cuisine or theme. There is an Asian stall - a noodle bar, really - a meat counter, a fish...More
Reviews are deceptive. We expected someplace larger more along the lines of the typical les halles in other French cities. Nothing at all like that. Quite small with an even smaller seating area. I suppose more room outside but this was February. We were too...More
A nice food hall featuring all kinds of food stalls: French, pizza, asian, meat etc. A cool and youngish vibe. We were there on a beautiful sunny day and sat outside, it was amazing. We had the hamburger from the meat stall, which was ok,...More
We visited this little food court on a sunday and it was very busy
We decided to eat the asian tappas dish and it was lovely
Together with some noodles and a nice beer our stomage was filled well with real tasty food so a...More
The concept is a farmers market where you go round the stalls and choose your food then head back to your table with all your goodies.
I would have enjoyed this except that when my wife, friend, 4 year old daughter and I got back...More
We loved this place so much we visited several times over the course of our trip. The concept is simple, a variety of food stalls in one venue. You choose your food and order a drink and grab a seat either inside our outside on...More
Second time for us in that place, an ancient building reworked to host a nice place for lunch. By yourself you go to choose the kind of menu you want .. you choose where to seat and the crew will bring you your choice. Nice...More
Our late lunch was at Les Halles de la Major, a covered gastronomic food market located in the vaults of Marseille’s La Major Cathedral, which has been remodeled to a retail area. There are a bunch of food options inside the market and the best...More