Crammed into a tiny space with a waiter who doesn't take prisoners and cosmopolitan diners on every side. The wine flows and suddenly you are talking to total strangers as you share 7-8 starters including trotters and muzzle...Despite the fact that BUCHON is delicious, don't eat too much at first or you will be unprepared for the main courses which are huge and meaty. After that there is cheese and then pureed apple, vast juicy prunes and creme caramel. Altogether an experience of Lyon that I am very glad I have had..
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