The building is lovely. A bell epoch dedicated market space. The outside stalls around the walls feature local stuff and are cheaper. Inside , the atmosphere is terrific but the goods on offer are top end and pricey. That said the wine shop and deli are worth the extra cost. The less flamboyant bread outlet near the Far door has really good patisserie and the cheese shop in the middle aisle has Gorgonzola to die for as well as a huge selection of local fromage. Do have a drink with the locals at the tiny interior bar.
Very pretty and picturesque marche' with both French and Italian vendors. Fresh produce, however quite expensive especially if compared to the covered market in Ventimiglia which is larger and cheaper. I recommend Socca, the typical French snack of the region, made of chickpeas and which is sold on the outside of the covered area. The market is closed on Monday, while it's bigger on Saturday with clothes' stalls occupying the adjacent small square on the right of the market if facing the town. It has character and should be visited at least once.
Like most places in France this place closed around lunchtime. We arrived as they were closing down. Quite a small market, Nice market is much more impressive. Good mix of food stuffs & flowers.