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    La Quintessence

    This icon of the ‘Mères lyonnaises’, adored by fine diners, celebrated by the business community and frequented by politicians has passed through the decades whilst remaining as fresh as ever. In fact, this establishment founded in 1921 has even blossomed into a second youth with the arrival of chef Mathieu Viannay. The Meilleur Ouvrier de […]

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    La Meunière

    This former Jesuit refectory, where the honey- coloured stonework and vaulted ceiling encourage contemplation, now showcases the talent of Anthony Baud. The young chef took over the establishment’s reins in 2016, putting his experience gained at ‘Le Caro de Lyon’, at ‘Têtedoie’ and ‘Les Fermes de Marie’ in Megève to the test. The location, enhanced […]

    11 rue neuve 69001 LYON
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    Maison Villemanzy

    To all those who wonder where to go to slum in an authentic Lyon cork, La Meunière d’Olivier Canal, just a stone’s throw from Les Terreaux, offers the best answer. From the morning mâchon (on request) to the festive tricks of the evening, the 100% pure juice setting, the regional specialities and the matching wine […]

    25 montée Saint-Sébastien 69001 Lyon
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    You can enjoy one of the best views in Lyon from the terrace of ‘La Maison Villemanzy’. The panoramic vista encompasses the Cité Internationale and the Presqu’île, with the peaks of the Alps creating a backdrop. If you first come to this restaurant for the view, you will definitely return once you have sampled Guillaume […]