Les Halles de Lyon Paul Bocuse is a famous food market in Lyon, France. Last year we were there on Valentines Day. A food lovers paradise, the markets have an array of some of the finest produce in France, including these delicious sweet offerings.
Sadly Paul Bocuse, probably one of the most prominent chefs of our time, died earlier this year aged 91. He held a 3 star Michelin rating for over 50 years.
Clockwise from top left:
Lowna in North Yorkshire, South Cottesloe in Western Australia, Chamonix in France, North Fremantle in Western Australia, Morogoro in Tanzania, Iringa in Tanzania, Dwellingup in Western Australia, Cropton in North Yorkshire.
Earlier this year I was in France visiting friends. I spent some time in the Alps skiing, but couldn’t resist a few days in the world’s city of gastronomy, Lyon.
Markets are always a drawcard for me when I travel. Les Halles didn’t disappoint. The cheeses were so beautiful and varied that it was hard to chose which ones to indulge in. Only the price was limiting!
Les Halles de Paul Bocuse, Lyon.