A prestigious place of gastronomy since its creation in 1859. Originally it was located at Place des Cordeliers and over time, this sheltered market became Les Halles, however its popularity decreased dramatically.

It was relocated to the Part Dieu area in 1971.


Late 2006, Les Halles were completely renovated and renamed “Halles de Lyon – Paul Bocuse”, paying homage to Lyon’s most celebrated chef, who himself regularly shops at the market.

  • 56 fully knowledgeable food traders and craftsmen contribute to the vitality of the ambiance of Les Halles, examples include the famous Mère Richard (cheeses) and butcher Sibilia (cooked meats) amongst others.


Les Halles de Lyon - Paul Bocuse (Just cross the Lafayette Bridge down of your Lyon Coccoon Suite ... (10 mn by feet)

102 cours Lafayette (Lyon’s 3rd district)
Opening Hours: everyday (except Mondays & Bank Holidays)
from 7am-7pm (closed between 12-3pm)
Tel. +33(0)4 78 62 39 33