Eat, Food, France, Lyon, Travel

Tetedoie – Restaurant Gastronomique

Tetedoie of Lyon was our first Michelin stared restaurant in France. Located on a hill that overlooked the entire city, the view was amazing especially at night. The restaurant was decorated with whimsical and colorful artwork. We were a bit early when we arrived but the hostess had no issue seating us. There was already a table waiting or us.

The restaurant service was definitely Michelin star worthy! The friendly and polite servers knew when to come talk to you and when to leave you alone. We definitely felt well attended.

We ordered half of a bottle of wine and choose the “local affair’ dinner course which came with six courses. The entire dinner was 85€ per person plus wine on top. I thought the bill was fair for the level of fine dinning experience we received. I would love to try their lobster course some day!

Amuse bouche of the season’s best veggies

Amuse bouche – A pot of radish and olive oil soil


1st Course – Egg with garnish

2nd Course – Sea snails with flowers and celery sponge cake

3rd Course – Pork with potatoes and apples

4th Course – Cheese with arugula

5th Course – Lemon megranie

6th Course – Strawberry soufflé

Treat plate