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Framed by the Saone and Rhone rovers, Perrache plays a key role in Lyon’s transportation services, hosting one of the main train stations, Gare de Lyon-Perrache. If you happen to be traveling through, check out one of these places for a bite to eat.
If it’s a warm and sunny day you can enjoy your meal outside at this Perrache joint. Inside, however, is alive with one of the world’s greatest perfumes: freshly baked bread, home-made each day in-house. Patrons can read the menu on a big blackboard hanging on the wall, where all sorts of traditional plates from the French cannon lure the taste buds.
Le Chaudron, 26 Cours Suchet, Lyon, France, +33 4 78 37 73 31
This little pizzeria, set right on the edge of the dock in the Saone’s marina, offers the most romantic views in all of Perrache. Check out the lights glistening on the water at night, and take a stroll on the pedestrian bridge after dinner. Whilst eating, patrons enjoy a modern design while relaxing in a warm atmosphere. All ingredients used are hand-picked from the best products Italy has to offer, from olive oil to parmesan cheese.
L’atelier du Pizzaiolo, 5, quai Antoine Riboud, Lyon, France, +33 4 69 16 09 54
Just a few steps away from the Musée des Confluences, stop to have brunch or dinner on this bateau anchored on the Rhone. The staff is pleasant and the setting is modern and original, while Bellona features three different menus: lunch, brunch, and dinner, each with its own creative dishes, going from stuffed calamari to blueberry tiramisu. Diners can have a cocktail on the terrace on the upper deck and can dance at the club situated on the lower deck.
Bellona, 100 quai Perrache, Lyon, France, +33 9 83 60 56 26
The Sushi Shop franchise has now expanded through France, Spain and Switzerland and boasts over 80 restaurants in all. Patrons have three options available to savor yummy sushi: eat-in, take-away and order online. Key words at the Sushi Shop are service, quality, hygiene and creativity, the latter going a way to explain the bursts of colors that decorate the various makizushi and rolls.
Sushi Shop, 112 Cours Charlemagne, Lyon, France, +33 826 82 66 28