A lively market

Built in 1872 by Louis Mazerat, the Saint Etienne covered market is waking up from a long sleep to become, once more, an iconic venue for the art of living! Thirty or so food traders and artisans bring together under this same roof. Tree-planted patios line the 2 façades of the market. People be free to shop for fresh and local produce or eat delicious food served on the premises or to take out.


Our traders

L’Assiette est dans le Pré

Butcher, Charcutier, Deli

Stand N°14-15
On one side, traditional butchers, on the other a meat bar.

Le Pain de Benjamin


Stand N°2
Breads, pastries and regional buns.

Café Biltoki

The Place of Good Living

Stand N°8
From morning coffee to Sunday lunchtime drinks.


Hatching of urban cuisine

Stand N°7
Market kitchen.


Japanese cuisine

Stand N°21
Traditional Japanese cuisine.

Dussap - L’Atelier des Halles

Pastries- Ice cream shop - Macarons

Stand N°9
Macarons, yards of cake, desserts in a jar and gourmet snacks.

Fromagerie Perrin

Cheesemonger - Maturer

Stand N°3
Cheesemonger from father to son for three generations.

Le Comptoir du Pêcher

Crèmerie Gerentes

Stand N°4
The best of mountain milk in simple and natural recipes, without artifice.

Les Jardins de l’Océan

Traditional fishmongers

Stand N°11-12
Fresh fish, seafood and shellfish.

Le Verger des Crozier

Farmer and greengrocer

Stand N°13
Local and seasonal fruit and vegetables

Pré de chez Vous

Local grocery products

Stand N°24
To give power back to local farmers.


Lebanese deli

Stand N°17
100% Lebanese flavours and recipes.


Taiwanese Street Food

Stand N°5
100% Taiwanese flavors and recipes.

Au Matefaim

Salt meat - Deli - Cheeses

Stand N°22
Local and seasonal produce, appetizing platters to share.

Richard Traiteur

French cuisine

Stand N°19


Quality grocery Truffle bar

Stand N°20
Fresh truffles and truffled delicacies, exceptional deli range, quality groceries and gourmet snacking.

Le 1984


Stand N°1
Wide range of locally sourced roasted meats.


Useful information


2 cours Victor Hugo, 42000 Saint Etienne

Tramway : T1, T3 station bourse du travail

Bus : 16, 2, 3, station bourse du travail

Vélivert : station place Albert Thomas


Monday – Closed
From tuesday to saturday – 8 am to 6 pm
Sunday – 8 am to 3 pm

Monday – Closed
From Tuesday to Wednesday –  8h/14h30 & 16h30/19h30
From Thursday to Friday – 8h/14h30 & 16h30/22h30
Saturday – 8h/22h30
Sunday – 8h/15h

Car park

Indigo : Ursules – Place des Ursules



+33 5 59 58 11 67

At the heart of Biltoki

Antoine Augeard Garg'Antoine Halles Bacalan

Les Halles Bacalan bring me footfall and build my reputation in terms of brand and products. The covered market also brings me recognition in terms of quality as that is why the traders are selected. Garg'Antoine has the opportunity to offer a market stall and on-site catering. This has already proven itself abroad and I'm happy to be a player in this type of retailing.

Jean-Charles Coudret Baker Halles de Talence

Despite my existing bakery being only 50m from the Halles, I was able to increase my visibility, my reputation. My sales remained constant while I made good figures at Les Halles, it's complementary.

Jean-Pierre Lacaze Poultry seller Halles 5 Cantons - Anglet

Thanks to the market's geographical location and equipment, I can cook local products. I increase my revenues and profits. Today, I have access to the whole surface area of the market, it's a general momentum.

Maxime Péan Fishmonger Halles 5 Cantons - Anglet

The place is friendly, people quickly owned the place. We work alongside exciting and passionate traders. That’s a real advantage.

Amaia Uribarri, Truffle artisan Halles 5 Cantons - Anglet

The traditional offer added to hybrid trade has revamped the image of the covered market. Customers are given a rich experience both in terms of tasting in real time and in product knowledge.

Do you want to join our covered markets?

We are constantly looking for new partners to join or extend our network of covered markets. Whether you are a producer, trader, chef, promoter of a gastronomic project, looking for a food franchise, a local authority, a town or city council, a developer or a private partner, let's talk about it over coffee!

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