4-10 February 2019
Lyon city guide
Food / Restaurants (only Folkloric)
Whether you’re grabbing a bite at a bouchon or fine dining at a Bocuse, Lyon has a spot for all tastes.
Quenelle, creamed fish poached and served with sauce mousseline, has long been a staple of Lyonnaise cuisine and Café Abel continues to serve the finest examples in the city.
25 Rue Guynemer, 69002 Lyon
Les Demoiselles de Rochefort
A cosy and uniquely decorated escape from the bustle of the city, Demoiseles de Rochefort serves simple French food at attractive prices.
31 Rue René Leynaud, 69001
Halles Paul Bocuse
A must see, with a history dating back to the 19th Century, this world famous market has been called "the belly of Lyon." Sample haute cuisine from over five dozen of Lyon's finest eateries.
102 Cours Lafayette, 69003
La Cave Vavro & Co
Like stated on the sign, this venue is a literal wine cave, and bastion from the bustle of the city with friendly staff, seemingly endless wine and a good selection of whiskies to boot.
46 Cours Franklin Roosevelt, 69006
La Mére Brazier
The most traditional of Lyon's traditional bouchon, La Mere Brazier was established in 1926 and continues to serve the finest in traditional cuisine Lyonnaise. Reservations essential.
12 Rue Royale, 69001