In 1934, the gastronome Curnonsky declared Lyon the capital of gastronomy. 

Quenelle, Cervelle de Canut, Tablier de Sapeur, Coussin de Lyon, Volaille Demi-Deuil, Tarte à la Praline – so many exotic names to excite your imagination and taste buds!

Explore the authentic flavours of cuisine lyonnaise: the only difficulty is choosing a restaurant!

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La Mère Brazier

La Mère Brazier was founded in 1921 by Eugénie Brazier, one of the most famous “Mères Lyonnaises” (Lyon’s legendary female chefs). Politicians and...

4.5 / 5

Bouchon des Berges

Just a stone's throw from the Berges du Rhône, enjoy delicious family cooking comprised of Lyonnais and traditional specialities generously served in...

4.5 / 5

Le Bouchon des Cordeliers

Le Bouchon des Cordeliers welcomes you in an elegant and refined setting. The Chef offers authentic Lyonnaise cuisine, prepared with fresh produce, in...

4.5 / 5

Café Terroir

This unique restaurant has a selection of local products sourced from all over the region.

4.5 / 5

Le Poêlon d'or

In an authentic, hundred-year-old setting, the team at Le Poêlon d'Or will introduce you to Lyon's traditional specialities.

4.5 / 5

Le Café du Peintre

With its attractive terrace opening out onto Avenue des Brotteaux, this warm and friendly establishment is well worth a visit and has acquired both a...

4.5 / 5

Bouchon Thomas

You are always more likely to ask Lyonnaise specialties. So we turned the Cantinetta in Lyonnais bouchon "Bouchon Thomas".

4.5 / 5

Le Bouchon Sully

A new "bouchon" restaurant in the 6th district of Lyon! This is the new restaurant of Julien Gautier, Head Chef and owner of the "M Restaurant" and...

4.5 / 5

Les Loges

At the gourmet restaurant "Les Loges", Anthony Bonnet proposes a refined cuisine which combines tradition and creativity each day. The optimal...

4.5 / 5

Café Epicerie Les Loges

The menu at this top of the range bistro has been prepared by Anthony Bonnet, combining freshness, originality and the skilful use of spices, aromatic...

4.5 / 5

Le Bistrot d'Abel

Faithful to its parent establishment, Café-Comptoir Abel, the Bistrot d’Abel opens its doors in the greatest tradition of Lyon cuisine.

4.5 / 5

Le Vivarais

This restaurant is delighted to welcome you in a warm and friendly setting. The chef proposes constantly changing traditional and Lyonnais seasonal...

4 / 5

Brasserie LE NORD

LE NORD was the first brasserie created by Paul Bocuse. Just a stone's throw from the Town Hall and the Opera House, it offers diners a fresh take on...

4 / 5

La Voûte, Chez Léa

Just a stone's throw from Place Bellecour, La Voûte Chez Léa has been welcoming guests since 1943 in one of Lyon's oldest establishments. You’ll love...

4 / 5

Café des Fédérations

Café des Fédérations in Rue du Major Martin gives you the best of local cuisine with no unnecessary frills.

4 / 5

Le Bouchon Lyonnais Chez Hugon

Authentic bouchon (a traditional local eatery). Arlette Hugon, the last ‘Mère Lyonnaise’ (as Lyon’s traditional female chefs are affectionately...

4 / 5

Brasserie de L'OUEST

Located alongside the banks of the Saône, the Brasserie de l'OUEST has a large wooden terrace with an attractive view across the river. The interior...

4 / 5

Au Grand Large

For more than 22 years working in the family with the same passion ! In the kitchen, the young chef Maria Gharbi, a graduate of the Institut Paul...

4 / 5

Giraudet Les Halles

Do you remember eating semolina pudding at school? In France, quenelles sometimes bring back similar memories. However, these authentic, flavoursome...

4 / 5

Daniel et Denise Saint-Jean

All three addresses of this local institution have this in common: generous cuisine and a great dining experience.

4 / 5

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