Le Musee' is probably one of the nicest "bochons", that is typical restaurants, of Lyon. it is off the main road (rue du President Edouard Hemlot) in the tiny rue Forces. The place is quite small, so unless you arrive early (by 8pm) be sure to have a reservation.
The food is "very local" and might be not for everybody. Vegetarians here will have hard time. Dishes are mostly meat based, with dishes including, veal tongues, brains, liver, or intestines, chicken foot, or pork leg. For me escargos (i.e. snails) where the most "edible" entree' and I was very satisfied to choose it. I then opted for a "velvety soup" (vellute') of carrots aromatized to the anise, which came with buttered baked potatos and some seared greed beans, and was delicious. I accompanied the two dishes with a glass of white wine and bread. The bill was rather high, up to 30 euros.
The owner of the place welcomes you and sits with you explaining the menu of the day, which is handwritten on a piece of paper. Note though that no price is specified, and you will not know how much you will pay till you will get the bill. Except for this, the place is very nice. And perhaps deserves a try among the typical lyonnais bouchons all around the city.\
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