Lyon city view, top of Radisson Blu hotel

Radisson Blu Hotel, Lyon

Lyon Food Market

Housed in a modern facility in the city center, Les Halle de Lyon – Paul Bocuse combines the best butchers, cheesemongers and confectionists in the area. Known amongst foodies the world over, a trip to the Lyon Food Market never disappoints. The Halle de Lyon Food Market pays tribute to master chef Paul Bocuse, also the namesake of the esteemed Bocuse d'Or chef competition. The market houses some of Lyon's finest food vendors, with tempting treats waiting around every corner.

Get a taste of France

No tour of France would be complete without a sampling of the country's many fine cheeses, and the Lyon Food Market has hundreds of varieties to choose from. You can take away these delights, plus a multitude of different confections, including Turkish Delight in many flavors, exotic tarts and even foie gras macarons. After walking around the market and sampling some regional and national specialties, it will come as no surprise that Lyon is recognized as the food capital of France.

Browsing your way through all of the delicious treats tends to work up an appetite and luckily many vendors serve fresh and hot food at the market. Roasted, herbed chicken makes for a great meal or you can nibble away at the seafood selection and regional specialty, escargot.

Known for high-class cooking and food appreciation, Lyon is true culinary destination. When you stay at the Radisson Blu Hotel in Lyon, you can conveniently explore the city’s fine markets or attending star-studded culinary competitions like Bocuse d'Or. Our hotel will open up a world of flavor for even the most seasoned culinary travelers, starting with Celest Restaurant, on the 32nd Floor.