The restaurant is very well located above an amazing food market.food was great, count around 20 euros for a lunch set with lots of good fishes to eat. Good service. Highly recommended.
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We've visited several lunchtime restaurants above the Victor Hugo market, but this is the one we always come back to. It seems to be the most popular and by 12.30 it's already full, but service is so swift, they can fit more diners for a...More
This was a great place to stop for lunch but get there early as it fills up very quickly, by 12:20 it was full! We had the set menu which had plenty of choice and was €14 for 3 courses. We both had the goats...More
This place is on the second floor of the building that contains the huge and wonderful Toulouse indoor market (Place de Victor Hugo) Lashings of good cheap food-presumably fresh from the market below.Hugely popular so make sure you get there for lunch on the stroke...More
We were at the Marche Victor Hugo just before lunch, when we spotted the signs pointing upstairs for restaurants. We checked out all of them before deciding on Au Bon Grillou. While I am sure any of them would have been good, we were very...More
I was working in Toulouse and found myself free of work at 11 am with a flight to catch at 5:30. So. What's a hungry engineer to do. Simple. Hop on the tram and metro onto the City centre. Headed towards the Victor Hugo food...More
This restaurant 🍴 is located above the market. We stopped for lunch and were surprised to receive a good 3 course meal at 15 euro each. Food was great and service excellent. We enjoyed it.
We found this place only by luck as we were returning from our boat trip on Garonne river. My husband spotted the balconies of the building where people were eating and because it looked full we thought it should be good and yes it was!...More
We went for Sunday lunch, very busy as always. The food is always good, especially the fish which is their speciality, but for the four of us the visit was made memorable by the bilingual welcome and jocularity of the chef de salon, Donatien. By...More
Wow, well, weren't we lucky to have been overheard by some locals who advised us to visit the indoor market while we were visiting. The market is every Sunday and finishes early afternoon and is purely food & drink. Tucked away in the middle of...More