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We really enjoyed our visit to this market. Went three times in our two week stay. Good spot to buy fresh ingredients like veg, cheese, meats, seafood, crepes, breads etc etc. A few good places to eat as well. Our fave was Chez-Jean Mi. Line...More
I went on a Saturday morning and was overwhelmed by the produce on display; the choice of cheeses that I had never seen; the smell of the fresh herb stand. What a joy to shop here if you lived nearby. and why do we not...More
We try to make it a point to visit the markets in the cities we visit. Each and everyone has always proved to be a wonderful experience of sights and sounds, meeting interesting local farmers/wine makers/small business own and trying delicious foods and drinks. This...More
We saw this market on television a few years back. Rick Stein was reviewing it and tasting it's wares.
I have now been here twice and if I lived in Bordeaux I would go every week.
It has the most amazing atmosphere. In fact It...More
Had a wonderful tour of Marche Capucines with a new company named Bordeaux Walks. A group of 12 we were guided around the various stalls, and experienced some amazing gastronomic delights. Ham infused with black truffle, tiny spanish sardines, oysters, succulent prawns, cheese and some...More
As tourists we don’t really buy food to prepare but loved walking through this wonderful market. Everything looked fresh and delicious. Very busy so locals must agree. Small eating areas are very busy.
This market was really fun to visit. It's not super touristy and feels like a neighborhood market. We enjoyed the seafood and had oysters and shrimp. We stayed in the area and in the morning we bought fruit. Some very good bakeries are right outside...More
And it's also the market for everyday people. It's a huge covered market in the St. Michel district. Anything you could possibly want to cook or eat can be found here from the freshish oysters and other seafood to a cornacopia of fruits and vegetables....More