This place, a traditional Lyonnaise Bouchon, looked interesting when we were looking for somewhere to eat, so we booked a table for six for dinner. The restaurant is very nice and cosy inside and the walls are adorned with vintage posters of tennis, golf and other sports. They knew we were British and handed us menus in English without the need for us to ask. By 8.00pm, every table was occupied.
We chose a wide range of starters amongst us, ranging from salad Lyonnaise to a fish soup. All six in our group thought our starters were excellent, if sometimes a little on the large side.
Main courses were similarly good, and fairly generous in size. Desserts were also very good and were mostly traditional tarts.
The only downside, and this was a minor issue, was that the coffees were very small and came with wholly insufficient milk leading to us having to ask for another jug.
The restaurant was not cheap. We paid €57 per head. But the meal was very good overall. There was a good atmosphere. It was warm and had a certain buzz about it, emanating from the rather enthusiastic staff.
Would definitely go again!
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