Interaction 19
4-10 February 2019
Seattle, WA
United States

Lyon city guide

Food / Restaurants (only Takeaway)

Whether you’re grabbing a bite at a bouchon or fine dining at a Bocuse, Lyon has a spot for all tastes.


Les Gasteliers

Coffee places Food / Restaurants French typical product

Perfect eclairs, mille feuille and other classics of French bakery. With a great selection of teas, bread and even gluten free pralines, this is an ideal spot for a lunchtime treat.

123 Rue de Sèze, 69006 Lyon


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Sève Chocolatier

Food / Restaurants

A deliciously luxurious chocalatier serving some of the best macarons in town, with both sweet and savoury flavours to choose from.

29 Quai Saint-Antoine 69002 ou Halles Paul Bocuse


Dufoux Chocolats

Food / Restaurants

Perfect for a spot of souvenir shopping, Dufoux produces gourmet chocolate treats from tablets to gift boxes. For those feeling extra creative, a four hour intesive chocolate making course is €80

15 Rue des Archers 69002


Pralus Lyon Presqu'île

Food / Restaurants

Part of the François Pralus chocolate empire, his Lyon boutique sells chocolate made only from specially culitvated and roasted Madagascan cocoa beans.

32 Rue de Brest 69002


Halles Paul Bocuse

Coffee places Drinks / Party Food / Restaurants French typical product Culture Architecture Views & Landscapes

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



Boulangerie Maison Drap

Food / Restaurants French typical product

In a city of boulangeries, Maison Drap stands out. Situated in the middle of the bustling commercial district of Part Dieu, their bread is made in front of you in special open ovens with the resulting loaves recommended by locals and visitors alike.

223 Rue Duguesclin, 69003



Boulangerie Kayser

Food / Restaurants

So successful was Eric Kayser's signature method of breadmaking, he now owns bakeries in countries acorss the world. Made using his own invention, the Fermentolevain, this boulagenries produces a take on classic French pain unlike any other.

6 Rue de la Barre, 69002


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