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

Café Terroir

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

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

L'Acteur

Located in Place des Célestins, L'Acteur plays its own repertoire by producing food that is typical of Lyon with a slate of daily menus made up of...

4.5 / 5

Chez Louloutte

Taste specialties from Lyon and all across France prepared only using fresh ingredients. The restaurant, located in Lyon city centre, near Bellecour,...

4.5 / 5

Café Epicerie by Cour des 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

Les Fines Gueules

Enjoy mouth-watering "home-made" Lyonnais and traditional cuisine in the picturesque setting of Old Lyon. Fresh fish and wine by the glass.

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

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

Chez Grand-Mère

The Chez Grand-Mère restaurant proposes traditional family cooking in a friendly, authentic setting.

4 / 5

La Meunière

This bouchon Lyonnais taken over by Olivier Canal and Franck Delhoum mainly serves the great classics that are typical of cuisine in the Lyon area!...

4 / 5

Les Culottes Longues

At Culottes Longues, not far from place Bellecour, David offers diners his own vision of cuisine: generously-served, traditional dishes just like...

4 / 5

La Mère Léa

If you want to taste the real cuisine of Lyon, with quality food made in the traditional way, you need look no further than this local institution. 

4 / 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

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

Le Comptoir de Léa

Just a stone's throw from Place Bellecour, Le Café Comptoir offers delicious local cuisine in a unique setting. Featuring a magnificent period...

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

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

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

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