In need of a gourmet break? Make a stopover in Lyon and discover the thirty offers that Vallée de la Gastronomie has in store for you. From the Halles de Lyon Paul Bocuse - to the Michelin-starred restaurant, Mère Brazier, Lyon caters to all tastes.
Rooftop - Christian Têtedoie
On the heights of Fourvière, this restaurant offers a breathtaking view of the city. In an elegant and contemporary setting, Michelin-starred chef Christian Têtedoie, also awarded the Meilleur Ouvrier de France (best craftsman of France) title, invites you to come and enjoy a modern cuisine inspired by regional products.
This authentic ‘bouchon’ restaurant, nestled in the heart of the city, has been seducing lovers of traditional Lyonnais cuisine for nearly 100 years. Discover a friendly, warm, and welcoming setting. L’Oreiller de la Belle-Meunière, tête de veau (calf’s head), pike « quenelle » dumplings… La Maison offers great dishes from Lyon’s culinary heritage.
Discover a unique place in Lyon: Food Traboule! With its 12 in-house chefs, this food court invites you on a culinary and social adventure, to experience the diversity of Lyon’s vibrant and creative gourmet specialties in a unique location that has been completely redesigned.
Praline et Rosette
Come on a gourmet tour with Audrey, a young native of Lyon who is passionate about her city and its cuisine. You can expect plenty of gourmet discoveries (charcuterie, cheese, Lyon praline...) along the way, as well as cultural fun facts. Other food tours: Choco’Lyon, Halles de Lyon and many more.
Le Bouchon Sully
Le Bouchon Sully is a new traditional 'bouchon' restaurant in the 6th 'arrondissement' of Lyon, that opened on the 1st of October 2014!
Created by Julien Gautier, a Lyonnais (owner of M Restaurant) and Emmanuel Tachon-Foley, a native from the Beaujolais region. Together, they make quite a pair!
Daniel et Denise
In this authentic 'bouchon' restaurant of Lyon, the chef Joseph Viola, awarded the Meilleur Ouvrier de France (best craftsman of France) title, weaves his magic to produce traditional cuisine of Lyon that is centred around the ingredients and the local terroir, in a friendly, casual atmosphere.
Halles de Lyon Paul Bocuse
The ultimate temple of French gastronomy, the Kingdom of the finest regional products, restaurants, and oyster farmers. The Halles de Lyon Paul Bocuse, named as such after one of the most talented chefs who has made this place famous worldwide, Paul Bocuse.
Le bistrot du potager
For over 5 years now, chef Nicolas Pascaud has been passing on the values of sharing and conviviality usually experienced in Bistrots. You will be able to taste his enthusiasm and his love of cooking through his dishes. Discover a rich cuisine that can be enjoyed with a good glass of wine: cocktails are one of the main attractions here!
Meet Maxime Laurenson, the Michelin-starred chef of Rustique. The restaurant’s keyword? Conviviality! Its decoration is inspired by nature and farming, with a friendly and thoughtful staff, a limited number of seatings and an open kitchen to the dining room: all of these aspects will make you feel at home
La Mère Brazier **
An authentic Lyonnais institution, internationally renowned, the Eugénie Brazier House regains its rightful place in the world of culinary landmarks, thanks to Mathieu Viannay.
Discover Café Terroir’s authentic and innovative cuisine which highlights and honours their ingredients. To guarantee intense flavours and to keep the nutritional value of the ingredients, they are used in as simple a manner as possible and are sourced from farmers and winegrowers who are committed to sustainable and environmentally friendly methods.
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Credits (in order of appearance) : Têtedoie, Camille Carlier, Nicolas Villion - Alexandre Battut, Heleosphoto, Juliette Treillet, Cherrystone, Alexandra Battut, Bruno Advertis, Cherrystone, Café Terroir.