The real bouchon lyonais where to go for quenelles or saucisson where you do not find just tourists but locals that appreciate the old flavours of their cuisine
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I've been there in early May 2017 and i can only say that i would be there again if i will have the chance to be back in Lyon. Nothing but good things about the restaurant: the place was crowded, and we all know that...More
After spending the morning rambling around Lyon we headed for the Old Town and we were lucky to get a table in this Traditional Lyon Bouchon. The Amuse Bouche of petit mushroom soup was both warming and delicious followed by pate and French onion soup....More
We were lucky enough to discover les Trois Maries, place de la Baleine, one street off rue St Jean. Such a nice, cosy please on a cold November Sunday, after attending High Mass at Cathédrale Saint-Jean. Warm welcome, courteous service. Quality products. Interesting menu card...More
An excellent break in the day. Small and quaint with an excellent menu. We had no reservation but we were seated and it quickly became obvious that this was the place to be.
A very wel set little restaurant, offering a delicious fish quennelle as well as a very nice saucisson lyonaise. Decent wine list with attentive service
We thought we would have a nice little authentic dinner with matching hospitality but we were disappointed. We booked through our hotel around the corner and as we walked up to the restaurant saw a nice little table for 2 on the cobble stones with...More