At the end of a peaceful cul-de-sac, near the banks of the Saône, in a verdant park, stands a sumptuous 1920s mansion, home to one of Bocuse’s restaurants.
In the kitchen that opens out onto the dining room, Chef Luc Abadie and his team use their considerable talents to serve up authentic, refined cuisine. The back of zander cooked on its skin and the art of the service are worthy of special mention!
The interior décor has a resolutely contemporary design. Shades of brown and red lend a warm touch to the large dining room. We love the chandeliers shaped like chef’s hats (a tip of the, ermmm, hat to the profession!) and the beautifully decorated crockery. The terrace is also a huge plus in such a beautiful setting.
In short, a meal at the Fond Rose restaurant offers a magical break for your taste buds and an unforgettable dining experience!