Discover Restaurants offering the best French food in Caluire et Cuire, Auvergne-Rhone-Alpes, France including Le Semonet, Le Comptoir Duquesne, Restaurant Paul Bocuse, Aromatic, Bistrot Orcia, La Terrasse Saint Clair, Au Jean Moulin, Takao Takano, Monsieur P, Le Comptoir des Cousins
5 based on 399 reviews
Le Comptoir des cousins is serving you fresh and local market cuisine every day for lunch. In the evening, you will discover authentic food from other lands, to share with your friends and loved ones.
Maybe I was expecting too much after reading the excellent reviews, but I was disappointed with the food throughout our evening. We went for an early dinner. Reception and service were both unbeatable. Warm,welcoming and efficient, throughout the evening. Very nice vibe, comfortable seats, and good acoustics, making conversation easy. Management was attentive all evening, always enquiring if everything was good. Well, it was good, and definitely not bad enough to complain. Given the warmth of our welcome, it felt somehow churlish to complain about the finer points of the dishes. The trout ceviche was clumsily cut, with very unevenly sized pieces. I had expressed reservations about using trout for ceviche when ordering, but was convinced otherwise. Mistake. The sauce was too heavy with citrus, as well as being overly watery. The fish tartare consisted of chopped-up pieces that were a tad big, with a fairly bland taste, while the octopus was okay, but only okay. Spices did not zing. The corn cakes we expected when ordering humitas turned out to be a rather pedestrian corn mash. And the dessert of deconstructed lemon meringue tart was overly sweet. We have had far better offerings from restaurants elsewhere, that serve a similarly constructed tapas menu. I wish I could give the restaurant a higher rating, but the food just isn't good enough. In summary, management and service is of the highest order, but the food, although not bad, does not deliver what the description promises. In spite of this, we had an enjoyable evening, and would recommend the restaurant, as long as your expectations of the food are not unrealistically high.
5 based on 128 reviews
Looking for a French chef with a contemporary style, we found Florent Poulard cooking the most sublime contemporary French dishes at Monsieur P. A table for was booked for 12 midday, though it happened to be the hottest day Lyon has ever recorded! Aperitif and amuse bouche whetted our appetite. We both ordered Huitres Citron, Florents signature dish. Chilled oysters, set on a bed of seaweeds, with oyster jelly, beautifully crafted delicious fresh flavours. A barbecued filet of beef followed, tender and full of flavour. The cheeses were local and again packing texture and flavour. We finished with cherry and chocolate pudding, followed by large glasses of Chartreuse!With the sommelier firmly put in charge of our wines, he did an excellent job and local St. Joseph flowed whilst a brief lesson on the terrior and domains educated our palates further. The waiters were welcoming, friendly and helpful. Very approachable and eager to share their knowledge and skill. Highly recommend.
4 based on 746 reviews
Everything was perfect from the beginning to the end. I tasted flavors iâve never tasted in my whole life (the ceviche was so delicious).The atmosphere and the explanation of each dish made me feel like if I were in Perou. I invited my girlfriend to this restaurant to have an especial moment as an anniversary gift and she loved it. I would definitely come back soon.
4 based on 80 reviews
What else can you ask for?Perfect for a pre-show dinner for those heading to an event at Le Radiant.
4 based on 202 reviews
The service was great. Friendly and welcoming. The food was good...not fantastic just good. I had lamb with pasta ribbons. No veg or sauce.The pudding was lovely. A chocolate sponge with soft middle. My son had a creme brulee with forest fruits. Not as good as Dad makes.I am glad we came but the food was not up to the level we were expecting.
5 based on 231 reviews
The most amazing place especially on a summer night when you've bagged yourself an outside seat. Lovely staff, great food, amazing wine all add up to the most incredibly time. Don't miss out on the cheese course - definitely worth it even if you are think you are full. Would come back over and over again.
5 based on 777 reviews
We arrived without a reservation at 20.00, crazy I know, but we were given a table inside and welcomed warmly never the less. All the waiting staff spoke very good English and all were delightfully charming and helpful. Menus which change monthly were offered in English or French and dishes explained before ordering and again when delivered. The menu is a limited table d'hote or a la carte with choice of 3 entrees, 4 mains and 3 deserts for 33 euro (optional cheese course 7 euro). There's also a 45 euro degustation menu as well. The wine list is quite varied and includes wines by the glass, caraffe as well as bottles catering for all budgets. Check their website for the current menu. All dishes were excellent, well prepared and totally delicious. Highly recommendedHello, We are so happy to hear that you liked our restaurant ! Your satisfaction is our priority ! See you soon at Aromatic's restaurant !
4 based on 2893 reviews
Driving from Geneva to Provence we decided to treat ourselves to our one and only 3 Michelin star restaurant. We were not disappointed. The restaurant shines out brightly from itsroundabout setting decorated with murals of the great man and neon signs. Perhaps a bit kitsch but fun and heightens the anticipation of somewhere special. The service was outstanding from the bellboy to greet us and the knowledgeable and attentive waiters. As you would expect. The food is traditional French with a twist. We had a two course menu at â¬125 of different sorts of foie gras followed by a sea-bass en croute. But thatâs not all. With champagne you get two amuse bouche. Followed by a vichyssoise with truffle. After the two courses there is a magnificent cheese board then a selection of desserts. We both had tarts - raspberry and fig - both sitting on a delicious crumbly pastry. Finally fresh mint tea from the garden was served with three delicious petits fours. Impeccable. The only strange thing was we ordered a taxi from the waiter who then disappeared. But the bellboy to the rescue as he had a cab outside! A real treat. Dear sir, we're very proud to feel your comments and satisfaction. Thank you very much. Best regards
4 based on 13 reviews
This little brasserie is close to where we're staying and we've stopped by a couple of times for a few drinks as we wandered past. The staff are very friendly and surroundings pretty decent (it's only open a couple of years). We were there tonight for a beer or two and noticed they were setting up for the 2nd anniversary of them being open. We were given some little amuse bouche on the house - very nice touch. Clearly there are lots of regulars there (including a very friendly dog - a collie I think). We left the locals to the party though - shaping up to be a good one by the time we left though. Worth a visit and the food we saw being served looked good to - so we'll probably give it a shot at some stage.
4 based on 39 reviews
Dans un cadre reposant, venez partager un moment de dÃ©tente en famille, amis, collÃ¨gues... Nos Plats sont maisons et Ã©labore avec des produits frais pour une cuisine simple qui a du goÃ»t. Nous disposons dâun belle terrasse ombragÃ©e en bord de ruisseau ave
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