Comfort Hotel Bourg En Bresse
694A Rue des Vareys
Phone: (33) 4 74141030
Fax: (33) 4 74235371
694A Rue des Vareys, Viriat, FR, 01440
- Phone: (33) 4 74141030
- Fax: (33) 4 74235371
Located within the Chateau de Bagnols, La Salle des Gardes is the winner of the prized Michelin Star. The huge fireplace at this restaurant has the Coat of Arms marking the visit of King Charles VIII in 1490. This restaurant has designer glassware, china and linen. Brilliant French cuisine with emphasis on the cuisine from Beaujolais and Lyon region with the choicest vintage wines is served here.
A pun on casse-croûte, French for a snack eaten on the fly, Class'Croute has imported the Anglo-Saxon concept of quick-service take-home and delivery. It appears to be catching on: the chain is growing, with 54 locations in Paris and four in Lyon. Offerings consist of fresh sandwiches, salads, pasta dishes, quiches, pastries, and drinks. Adapting to the slow-but-sure extinction of the traditional two-hour lunch, Class'Croute will deliver lunch orders to your office too. The food is good, fresh, and: surprisingly-better than what you can get at a lot of traditional sandwich stands. Class'Croute also serves breakfast.
This counter café is in a modern grocer's shop, which is a rather novel idea. If you want to sample your favorite pasta on the premises (lunch times only), then this is the perfect place to do so. It sells some of the best food in the whole city. If you need convincing, why not try the ravioli aux crèpes, the cold meats from Rome or the fresh pasta with grilled aubergine, dried tomatoes and ham. Because everything on offer is so good, the people of Lyon vote with their feet and pack the restaurant out every lunchtime.
If you like fish and shellfish, you arrived at the right destination. This small convivial restaurant is all about appearance. From the interior design to the cuisine, you'll appreciate the creativity poored into every element of this restaurant. Each formula has its own theme depending on how hungry you are. The service is nice and friendly and prices are very reasonable.
Occupying a cozy space in Lyon's recherché 6th arrondissement, La Nonna offers a refreshing change of pace from piles of pasta with red or cream sauce. Not that you won't find pasta – it takes up menu space, along with delicious thin-crust pizzas – but there is also veal, scallops, beef, and other hearty choices characteristic of Northern Italian cuisine. Desserts vary but tiramisu is in perpetual rotation. The food is rounded out by a selection of wines. Lunch menus run about €15, with dinner being about twice as expensive à la carte or slightly less for a prix fixe menu.
The restaurant has one of the uniquest layouts in the city; a kitchen placed directly in the center of the dining area so patrons can watch their meal being cooked as they wait in anticipation. Housed in an old train station, Chef Gerard Lasne creates cuisine from all corners of the world. No matter what your background or preference, you are guaranteed to find something here that will leave you satiated and smiling.
Another brasserie opened by the famous chef Paul Bocuse, L'Est is situated in the former Brotteaux station. The menu, famous for its seafood specialties, includes flavors from all around the world, and the kitchen is rightly placed in the center of the room, so that everyone can see what is going on. You can watch the preparation of Polonaise Borsch, Indian poultry whites, or fresh cod roasted the Tunisian way. Everything is refined, and in the summer you can enjoy dining on the lovely terrace. Check website for more details.
The name of this restaurant (my father was a lemonade maker) is funny, but this restaurant could have just as well have been called "meeting place for friends" as the atmosphere is simple and convivial. The décor, done in the style of a junk room, is original and adds to the relaxing atmosphere. Come here for the carefully-served traditional cuisine, but also come in a group for a moment of pure relaxation. Everyone comes out of this restaurant with a smile on their face.
Pignol's reputation has been growing for three generations. It is an extraordinary caterer when you are searching for high-quality food as well as exceptional service. As graduates from the world's finest culinary academies, the chefs cook and bake pastries for the biggest events in France (Olympic Games, Football World Cup). If you want your guests to remember your reception or if you are planning your wedding, get Pignol's services. He'll help you compose the best and most original meals and buffets. Everything is cooked in Lyons kitchens with the best products. The selection of French pastries is amazing. It made Pignol famous since it has created over 50 recipes. For yourself, you can order a meal to go with a piece of those sweet delights. You will find cuisine is as excellent as Pignol's well-earned fame across France, and indeed all of Western Europe. Pignol's restaurants and boutiques are throughout the greater Lyons: Boutique Pignol Bellecour, Boutique Pignol Printemps Gourmand, Boutique Pignol Vendôme, Boutique Pignol Écully and Boutique Pignol Brignais.
The cuisine of Vietnam (the country) is an art and it is served with finesse in this luxurious restaurant, which has been in Lyon since 1968. The owner, who is very friendly, will explain how to use the chopsticks. In case of failure, don't worry, forks are available, so that you don't lose a single crumb of your curried shrimp, spicy fried sea bream and lacquered duck. However, with only 35 indoor seats, its is best to book for the weekend.
The welcome is warm in this Tex-Mex on the Croix Rousse, which is without hesitation a very good dining choice. Young people, who are numerous here, know this and attack each dish as if they were starving— the incessant fork movements dip up guacamole, civiche, burritos and more. Dinner can be accompanied by Chilean or Mexican wine, which is quite original. The surroundings are typically colourful for a fun evening.
When going to Messob, try getting some friends to come along so you can dip together using the Ethiopian equivalent of bread - the injera - in the large trays where the food is spread out. No forks or knives here! Ethiopian food is unique and includes a lot of vegetarian dishes, mostly spinach, lentils or chick peas-based, but there are just as many meat options available. After your meal, do not forget to ask for a cup of traditional coffee and maybe Messob's very talkative staff will treat you to the story of Ethiopia's discovery of coffee. The Ethiopian art displayed on the walls is well worth checking out too.