My wife and I enjoyed dinner here. The restaurant is attractive. The service is good and the food, both presentation and taste, is excellent.
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In Lyon, 30 rue du Boeuf. Old town. Starter was rabbit rillettes which was delicious. Perfect texture, little globs of flavoring on the plate, one of passion fruit and the other tasted like a sweet beet puree. For dinner, we both ordered the duck (canard)...More
After several disappointing meals among the myriad of eateries in Vieux Lyon, our landlady mentioned Les Adrets, and we were lucky to get a table (the last) for a Tuesday lunch. The "formule" is one of the best values for money we've come across: 18...More
We had the prix fixe menu and were very pleased We had the beef and fish mains and both were excellent. The caramel salted ice cream was one of the best things I had ever had. Overall, it was a lovely experience with great service.
The restaurant isn't much to look at from outside but the food experience was out if this world. There were three 'set' menus to cover most pockets - the most expensive bring €46. This included an amuse bouche, a starter, a sorbet palate tease/cleanser, main...More
Stumbled upon this restaurant on Tuesday lunch-time. The menu du jour, on a piece of paper pinned to the window looked good, as did the number of people inside. We were lucky to get the last available table. The food was superb, each course our...More
We went expecting a first rate dinner and were not disappointed. Made a reservation for dinner the same day and the quality of the service and food was exceptional. The amuse bouche were a highlight as was the quenelles. Wine list is strong and good...More
My husband and I wanted to try some of the fine cuisine of Lyon without spending a fortune. We found Les Adrets for lunch. The meal was wonderful. The atmosphere was great as well. The restaurant had many locals all speaking French. We really felt...More
Our 3 course dinner was excellent and good value at 28 Eros. A particular highlight was the quenelles which was a pike soufflé with lobster sauce. The tiramisu was also a little different but delicious. The service was excellent with friendly helpful staff. The restaurant...More
We’d spent an hour or so wandering around the marché couvert in the morning (see my review) and had worked up a good appetite with a 20 minute stroll back down the rue Lafayette and over the Rhône and Saône bridges to Vieux Lyon for...More