Had lunch. The starters were set menu, and excellent. Especially the amuse bouche of an egg poached in Ed wine, and the lentil salad. Biggest regret: not ordering the Pike canelle main, which filled the room with its rich buttery aroma.
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I went to this restaurant for lunch while on a Road Scholar program. It is famous for being a typical Lyonnais bouchon. They serve rustic food of the region. The atmosphere is charming and we were welcomed warmly. The server who may have been an...More
We went to this place twice for lunch on our visit. It's not for the faint hearted as there is so much food and some of it is very different being true to tradition - i.e. Tripe or sausages made from pigs stomachs lining!! But...More
Had been recommended by our taxi driver and as very near our hotel we decided to try it! We had their 27€menu which started with some sort of soup in which was a poached egg! Then a selection of starters to try. I then had...More
On our first night in lyon we came here to try traditional Bouchon and we were not disappointed. The service is amazing and the food is delcious. MUST go here if you are in LYON!
We came here with family from china, 15 total. We had no reservations but were allowed to sit in the secondary room, so private dining. We had the menu with appetizers and desserts. And everything was wellmade, but to a lot of our family it...More
First day in the wonderful city of Lyon. Went in search of a good Bouchon to start our stay. Stopped outside the Cafe des Federations to read the menu and noted it did not open until 7:00 pm (it was slightly after 6:00 pm at...More
We had waited so long to visit Lyon and eat at Cafe des Federations. Sadly we were less than impressed. The greeting from the 2 waitresses was cheerful and they were helpful in explaining the menu but we were left feeling that the experience was...More
Been twice and this place is famous for a reason the quenelle is incredible. The Fromage Fort is out of this world. Almost confusing.