Comfort Suites Lyon Est Eurexpo
17 Rue de la Cordiere
Phone: (33) 811 030435
Fax: (33) 478 206858
17 Rue de la Cordiere, Saint-Priest, FR, 69800
- Phone: (33) 811 030435
- Fax: (33) 478 206858
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.
Le Ferrari serves delicious Italian food in Lyon. This restaurant is known for its pizzas that are cooked in a wood-burning oven. Large groups are welcome. Visit their website for more details.
When thinking about a hostel, you immediately imagine a simple and friendly place. There's a lot of truth in this, as this Savoyard cuisine restaurant confirms. Once inside, you won't have to do anything except order tartiflette, fondue or raclette and taste the bitter but good regional wines. In this kind of restaurant, there's nothing to stop your evening from being perfect in every way.
A small but very good pizzeria ran by a very friendly and talkative duo on the main street of the Guillotiere neighborhood, Max Call makes pizzas to eat on the spot or to take away. Pizzas are large and decently priced and you will be able to choose amongst all sorts of meats, cheeses and vegetables combinations. You can witness Max Call's popularity in the neighborhood by seeing the numerous clients walking in while you wait for your pizza! The place also sells wine, beer and soda. Unfortunately, Max Call doesn't deliver anymore, but a little chat with one of its two owners makes it worth the visit!
Located next to the Garland Stadium, Maison Argenson is a quaint and charming haunt for many locals. The decor is casual yet elegant with cherry wood accents throughout and white linen table cloths. The service is impeccable and the wine list is extensive featuring many varietals from nearby regions. A great place to grab a nice meal while in the Gerland area.
As its name shows, this tavern is aimed at sauerkraut enthusiasts. Regulars will be able to recognise classics on the menus, such as sauerkraut with sausage. This establishment also offers new ideas such as sauerkraut with pickled duck thigh (South western sauerkraut), with fish (Seafood sauerkraut) and even with snails (Burgundian). Come here, as everything is prepared in a perceptive way and this makes the food all the easier to digest.
With restaurants such as the Soleil Levant, which offer wonderful food, there is often a hidden consequence; the usual razzmatazz has its price. It's completely the opposite here, which is a great surprise. The decor is plain and light and the prices quite reasonable, and every dish here will taste great. This is the case whether it is sushi, sashimi or kebabs that are ordered. The welcome is always friendly.
If you feel like taking a break from the delicious french cuisine, visit Wasabi. Wasabi is a Japanese restaurant located in Lyon that offers fresh ingredients that are in their sushi, sashimi, and miso soup to name a few. Enjoy a glass of wine or some sake while you dine! You'll leave here feeling satisfied and already planning your next visit.
This restaurant offers Mediterranean and Oriental specialties. You can choose among salads and pizzas or couscous with merguez (a kind of hot sausage) and various kinds or meats. For those of you with a big appetite, try their Oriental cakes and pastries. They are very sweet but full-flavored. Home-delivery for free seven days a week.
De L'Autre Côté du Pont is a cooperatively-run cafe located in the Guillotière neighborhood. The place puts a strong emphasis on dealing with local and/or organic brewers and farmers as well as international fair-trade coffee producers. Ethical is the word here, and the positive thing about it is that it doesn't cost more, as De L'Autre Côté du Pont staff wants to keep their prices accessible to all. Busy during late afternoon hours and at night, the large cafe is usually quieter at noon, which makes their lunch meals even more enjoyable. De L'Autre Côté du Pont sometimes hosts small, quiet concerts on weekend nights.
The Part-Dieu tower is to Lyons what the Montparnasse tower is to Paris. Mostly occupied by offices, there is on the top floors, a hotel which overlooks the business district. At the very top of this so-called "pencil" tower, a panoramic restaurant offers an incomparable view of the whole of the left bank of the Rhône and the Presqu'ile. By day or night, the prospect will please those who like to be high up over the town.
An Indian restaurant located on the very lively rue de Marseille, in the heart of the Guillotière neighborhood, Tandoor serves yummy dalls, samossas, pakoras, biriani rice and a selection of meats as well as the popular tandoori sandwich to take away. The cozy athmosphere, friendly waiters and general relaxed feel of the place make it a lunch time favorite for near-by Lyon 2 University students as well as a nice dinner out for couples. The menus and individual courses are rather cheap and include several vegetarian options. Tandoor also offers a small selection of wines and beers. If you are still hungry when comes dessert, the traditional indian lassi will finish your meal sweetly.