Our Lyon Love-in


Best for cof­fee

La Boîte à café A great find for se­ri­ous cof­fee lovers – take a seat out­side and ad­mire the street art. They even run work­shops so you can learn how to make amaz­ing cof­fee at home. 3 rue Abbe rozier, 69001

Best for wine

Le Vin des Vi­vants Pri­mar­ily a wine shop spe­cial­is­ing in or­ganic wine. there area few ta­bles so you can try a glass be­fore you choose a bot­tle, plus they do cheese and meat plate stop air with your wine. 6 Place fer­nand rey, 69001

Best for french fu­sion

La Bi­jouterie Dim­sum–but not as you know it. try their lunchtime menu, from €13. desserts are re­ally in­ter­est­ing too ... parsnip ice cream, any­one? 16 rue hip­polyte flan­drin, 69001

Best for Lunch

fro­magerie Mons When in France it’s to­tally ac­cept­able to eat cheese for lunch, so if you’re in need of a se­ri­ous fro­mage fix, head to Mons. you’ll be dream­ing about it for months. 102 cours La fayette, 69003

Best for food stalls

Les halles de Lyon An in­door food mar­ket with over 50 stalls, sell­ing ev­ery­thing from truf­fle-in­fused olive oil to seafood and, of course, saucis­son. 102 cours La fayette, 69003

Best for cre­ole

Les fi­laos With food from Mau­ri­tius, in­dia and re­union is­land in the in­dian ocean, this makes a great change. We tried beef samosa, fish ac­cra and goat ragu curry. 1 Place fer­nand rey, 69001w

ex­plore the city on foot to build up an ap­petite

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