Christian Têtedoie at the Antiquaille

There is no greater pleasure than to dine in Lyon, with the city at your feet as a backcloth and a meal prepared by famous chef Christian TETEDOIE. A flower in the crown of gastronomy (Best Apprentice in France when just 17, Best French Chef at 35 and President of the Master Chefs of France), a convinced disciple of Paul Bocuse and a local by adoption, Christian TETEDOIE has re-invented onion soup in an upmarket version with foie gras, bone marrow and black truffles, serves chicken breasts poached in plant milk and his “must” flagship dish - lobster with crunchy braised calf’s head.