Le Mâchon d’Henri
In 1646 work started on the twin-towered Church of St Sulpicius, lined inside with 21 side chapels, and it took six architects 150 years...
Suspended bare-bulb lights and fretted timber make this split-level space a stylish spot for specialist gins (45 different varieties)....
In Lyon, Giraudet is synonymous with contemporary takes on Lyonnais staples, especially quenelles (feather-light flour, egg and cream...
8 rue Guisarde, 6e · interesting places nearby
Le Mâchon d’Henri information
Feisty French staples at this tiny, jam-packed bistro might include Lyonnais boudin noir aux pommes (black pudding with apples), Jura saucisse de Morteau (a type of sausage) and lentils or tripe cooked Caen-style. No signage makes it hard to spot – look for the raspberry-red-painted timber façade.