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Visiting the Victor Hugo covered market was a highlight of my recent trip to Toulouse; had been looking forward to it, and it did not disappoint. Beautiful displays, charming vendors. Even the café au lait at the little bar by the entrance was perfect! I...More
We visited the market as soon as we arrived in Toulouse. It was lunchtime but we didn’t want to have a full meal. What fun we had visiting different stalls and buying our food. We found a “table” set up in a barrel close to...More
Though I'd been living in Toulouse for a while, I had never visited the Victor Hugo Market. Then came the Nights at Victor Hugo events (You can find them on Facebook :)). The concept is simple yet efficient and very pleasurable. Every once in a...More
This is a real foodie's paradise! Meat, fish, patisserie, delicatessen, fruit and veg, wine......if you like your food, this is well worth a visit. You will probably come out drooling and your belt feeling a little tight.
Dozens of stalls of all types of produce with stunning presentation. Wonderful cheese stalls, fish so fresh that the crabs and lobsters are still moving! Top quality produce. Great wine stall too. You can take oysters, prawns etc. and a glass of wine for a...More
Wonderful indoor market in Place Victor Hugo - hard to spot unless you're looking for it, but once inside it was marvellous - packed full of locals, really busy but everyone looked happy and jolly. Fantastic selection of meats, cheese, fish, fruit and vegetables and...More
this is a haven for foodies. it is not cheap, but worth every cent. so many different specialities, ready to be devoured or to be taken home to prepare. open till 1:30, closed on mondays. restaurants on the upper floor. i tried so many things,...More
While walking between Joan of Arc square and Gallery Lafayette or nearby Capitole square you can see at your Eastern side the market. It is not impressing from around streets but while entering into this market then you find a lot of beautiful market points....More
Yes on Sundays morning... Better to be there before 10 am and avoid the crowd. You can also have lunch upstairs in one of the many tiny Bistros offering local dishes. Unsure about the Bistros open on Sunday noon but all week... More
Yes on Sundays morning... Better to be there before 10 am and avoid the crowd. You can also have lunch upstairs in one of the many tiny Bistros offering local dishes. Unsure about the Bistros open on Sunday noon but all week long yes.