The food culture of Lyon is famous for its meats; however, you aren’t limited to the traditional bouchon for an amazing selection.
Lyon’s very own organic brewery located near Hotel de Ville.
Lyon’s Chocolate maker Richard Sève has just opened a museum in a brand-new factory located in Limonest.
Tasting wines from the Northern Rhone Valley is the fastest way to speed up your local integration. The wine region has many prestigious AOC appellations including Saint-Joseph, the most popular of all among Lyonnais.
A bouchon is a typical restaurant in Lyon where you can eat anything pig, cow or bird. The food is usually heavy and fatty, but it’s all about the close-knit atmosphere inside.
Valence (Drôme) is a small town one hour driving from Lyon and has many good restaurants and Michelin-starred chefs. Discover the stars of the northern Rhône Valley cuisine.
For those with coeliac disease or following a gluten-free diet, it can be hard finding somewhere to eat in Lyon. Here’s a list of 5 friendly places.
Burger industry is booming in France and Lyon, a city known as the French food capital, is no exception. Here’s five new places for gourmet or vegan burgers.
Four good restaurants you absolutely have to book before going to Lyon for the Festival of Lights. From “bouchon 2.0 to traditional lyonnais cuisine. Follow the guide.