This lovely bistro dating from the last century opts for a traditional menu of the bouchons lyonnais under the watchful eyes of its owner, the chef three times starred, Alain Ducasse. Wooden and zinc counter, mouldings in the ceiling and retro furniture, this place keeps its promises. Lovers of Lyon cuisine, Paris has hundreds of customers who like to come around here for charcuteries, poultry terrine with mushrooms, green bean salad and smoked féra, quenelles, fricassee of rabbit, without forgetting the St-Marcellin de la mère Richard or the floating island with pink pralines. The wine list is great. It is designed by Gérard Margeon, chef sommelier of the Alain Ducasse restaurants. It offers very nice bottles at affordable prices and others that are expensive.
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