Above: Quenelles de brochet from Le Garet - Photo by Hideaway Report editor

Meals atLe Garetare an unfailing pleasure, and each one is a little different. This small, dark, bric-a-brac-filledbouchon(traditional bistro) on a narrow side street in downtownLyonis a place I first went as a college student with a friend. We were backpacking kids who spoke terrible French, but our welcome was as warm as the one bestowed on the prosperous businesspeople who made up a majority of the diners.

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Above: Quenelles de brochet from Le Garet - Photo by Hideaway Report editor

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