This listed dining room - with vintage frescoes and big oak benches - exudes a pleasant air of expectation. Don't expect cutting-edge cooking, but rather fine renderings of French classics. Lobster served on walnut oil-dressed salad leaves is a generous, beautifully prepared starter, as is the pistachio-studded saucisson de Lyon with a warm salad of small ratte potatoes. Mains of veal chop topped with a cap of cheese, and sandre (pike-perch) with a 'risotto' of crozettes are also pleasant. A few reasonably priced wines would be welcome.
|Venue name:||Le Train Bleu||Contact:|
1er étage Gare de Lyon, Place Louis Armand
|Opening hours:||11.30am-3pm, 7-11pm daily|
|Transport:||Metro: Gare de Lyon|
|Price:||Main courses €40. Prix fixe €56, €70, €98|