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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Le Fer à Cheval

Le Fer à Cheval serves dishes of the day in a lively atmosphere, with a mixed clientele ranging from labourers to management executives. This local...

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

Le Val d'Isère

Opposite the Halles de Lyon Paul Bocuse, this "bouchon" welcomes you to its convivial atmosphere to enjoy the traditional cuisine of Lyon, prepared...

4 / 5

La Tête de Lard

The restaurant invites you to discover its Lyonnais specialities. You’ll instantly relax in this authentic setting, ready to enjoy a delicious meal in...

4 / 5

Auguste Le Bistrot

The restaurant proposes traditional Lyonnais cooking and invites you to take a trip into the fascinating world of the Lumière Brothers.

4 / 5

Brasserie Georges

Founded in 1836 by a brewer and emigrant from Alsace, Brasserie Georges ("La Georges" to locals) is still one of Lyon’s indispensable gastronomical...

4 / 5

CHENAVARD

In the heart of the historical district of the Presqu’île, in a contemporary setting with a warm and friendly atmosphere, come along and sample...

4 / 5

Daniel et Denise Croix-Rousse

The Chef Joseph Viola, voted Best Craftsman of France, with his 3rd restaurant in the Croix-Rousse district, weaves his magic to produce a demanding...

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

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

Le Laurencin

Discover specialities of this Lyonnais bouchon: quenelle, sausage in brioche, tablier de sapeur, chitterling sausage, liver terrine, cervelle des...

3.5 / 5

Bouchon Colette

Bouchon Colette is a traditional restaurant in rue Mercière, famous for its pedestrian atmosphere and terraces. You can enjoy, in a warm typical...

3.5 / 5

Le Garage

"Le Garage" welcomes you in a lovely district of Lyon for private meal. You will discover our specialities from Lyon and around the world made with...

3.5 / 5

Bouchon des Carnivores

This establishment is a paradise for meat lovers. Here, meat takes pride of place including beef, veal, lamb, pork, poultry and offal, which all have...

3.5 / 5

Chabert et Fils

It’s decided: Tonight we are dining Lyon-style at Chabert et Fils!

3.5 / 5

Le Canotier

Le Canotier, a restaurant/guinguette (open-air café) on the banks of the Saône, offers frog and fried food specialities, a seasonal menu, artisanal...

3.5 / 5

Aux Trois Cochons

In this delightful Lyonnais "bouchon", pigs take pride of place… both on the plate but also on the walls! The chef skilfully produces pork dishes of...

3 / 5

L'InaTTendu

This aptly named restaurant (which literally means ‘the unexpected’) never ceases to amaze us, whether it’s the career of the chef, Marc Boissieux,...

Gatsby Restaurant

GATSBY a convivial and entertaining place! Come and enjoy our Chef's regional cuisine at Gatsby restaurant and discover our various menus starting at...

Daniel et Denise

In this authentic Lyonnais bouchon, the chef Joseph Viola, voted Best Craftsman of France, weaves his magic to produce a demanding Lyonnais cuisine...

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