Following the success of CoCo Paris au coeur de l'Opéra Garnier, CoCo takes over the Gare des Brotteaux in Lyon, offering a refined culinary experience in a sumptuous setting.
Designed by architect Corinne Sachot, who was already behind the Paris project, the architecture and decor of Coco Lyon are captivating. As in Paris, we find palm carpeting, shimmering velvets, dark woods with mahogany highlights and Napoleon III lacquers.
The restaurant offers traditional French cuisine featuring authentic flavors, and is open daily for lunch and dinner.
On the menu: Snail and mushroom vol au vent, Artichoke carpaccio with vinaigrette, Roast chicken in its own juice, Creamy lobster linguine... not forgetting gourmet desserts: Churros with chocolate sauce, Vanilla tart with salted butter caramel and pecans, or the Giant festive cup to share.
The centerpiece of the restaurant is a grandiose work of light by Nacho Carbonell, a nebula that crystallizes the space and rises above the large central bar. It's the ideal meeting place to enjoy cocktails all evening long.
13 Pl. Jules Ferry, 69006 Lyon, France