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CoCo Lyon

Traditional cuisine

Last updated date : 06/09/2023

Following the success of CoCo Paris in the heart of the Opéra Garnier, Paris Society is developing its upmarket French restaurant concept in Lyon at the prestigious Brotteaux station.

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Designed by interior architect Corinne Sachot, who was already behind the Paris project, the architecture and décor of Coco Lyon are captivating.

As in Paris, the décor features palm carpeting, shimmering velvet, dark woods with mahogany highlights and Napoleon III lacquer.
The restaurant serves traditional French cuisine featuring authentic flavours, and is open daily for lunch and dinner.

On the menu: vol au vent with snails and button mushrooms, artichoke carpaccio with vinaigrette, roast chicken in its own juice, creamy linguine with lobster... And let's not forget the gourmet desserts: Churros with chocolate sauce, Vanilla tart with salted butter caramel and pecans, or the giant Festive Cup to share.

The centrepiece of the restaurant is a magnificent work of light by Nacho Carbonell, which stands above the large central bar. It's the perfect place to meet and enjoy a range of explosive cocktails.
With CoCo Lyon, Paris Society aims to offer a unique experience to Lyon's residents and visitors, while contributing to the city's thriving gastronomic scene.
CoCo Lyon: the new must-try event in Lyon!

Practical information

Address

13 place Jules Ferry Gare des Brotteaux - 69006 Lyon 6ème

Languages

English, French

Prices

A la carte: from 24 €.

Openings

All year round
Opening hours on Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday between 12 pm and 2.30 pm and between 7 pm and 1 am.

Equipments

  • Bar
  • Terrace
  • Air conditioning

Services

  • Wi-fi
  • Carrier

Accessibility

  • Accessible for self-propelled wheelchairs

Traditional cuisine

CoCo Lyon

13 place Jules Ferry Gare des Brotteaux - 69006 Lyon 6ème

04 22 78 00 90

restaurant-coco.com/lyon/

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