This is one of the celebrated ‘Paul Bocuse’ restaurants – just off the large Place Bellecour on the ‘Peninsular’. From a fairly extensive menu we enjoyed a very generous plate of Parma ham (which would have done for both of us), hake, saltimbocca, and salad; and wines – though not the water – were fairly priced. We chose to eat in the conservatory rather than the cosy looking interior, and service was efficient. Unfortunately, though, of our two waitresses one was delightful, the other decidedly not; and we detected an overall feeling of self-satisfaction about the place – and hence our lower grading.
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