Lovely place, great service and fantastic atmosphere. At the docks. Busy at times but not noisy. Best chocolate dessert in town! I would go back easily.
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Really nice place Good wine list great food and fine service I had the veal French style and it was just perfect The breads and the cheese plate were exceptional and the foie gras was wonderful Sat outside and watched the boats cruise the Rhine...More
The Do Mo was recommended to us by good friends. We took a taxi from the hotel, and the taxi driver dumped us by the Seine River pointing us somewhere. We walked and walked and were close to giving up, when a kind person pointed...More
Nice concept, the food was actually pretty good, the staff were friendly but why so slow at taking orders when the restaurant had about 5-6 tables to serve? I would still recommend this place.
We were just going here to taste that french-japonais mixture of the food - and then learnt that they just changed their concept that day. But we wanted to give it a try - which was somewhat disappointing. The service was not that great -...More
Imaginative take on French/Japanese Fusion by the river near Confluence. The river is pretty busy here with plenty of traffic to take your attention. Food was OK - steak was a little overdone but some clever touches (e.g meringue with a hint of wasabi). It's...More
This is a very unusual but delicious restaurant with three choices: Japanese, French or fusion. Wonderful combinations and choices. The St. Jacque are terrific, done each way and th French chocolate mousse is to die for. Great location on the river at Confluence, with a...More
The restaurant is located in a rather modern business area, no walking experience. On the other hand it has tables on the bank of the river La Saone, which in the spring evenings are just wonderful. The cuisine is a good European one, there is...More
Absolute gourmet offer endings, no detail too small complimented by the regions fine wine selection. The location reminds me of Soho, a warehouse district turned nouveau cuisine destination for the city. An exciting experiment in transformation for a city with a rich cultural heritage.
We had a evening of horrors at the Do Mo restaurant in the upscale area called the Confluence in Lyon...where we wanted to have a nightcap...granted it was late (10 pm?), whereupon, we asked if we could have a drink to finish off the evening...we...More