Paul Bocuse in Lyon France
A query in relation to the Paul Bocuse restaurant in Lyon. I have explored the website and seen the menus. Does anyone know if the prices are cheaper at lunch time? I can't find separate lunch prices on the website.
Usually, the prices for 3* restaurants are the same at lunch and dinner; with the exception of specific lunch menu.
I don't think Bocuse has a "lunch" special, the closest is the "Menu Classique" @ 150E.
Bocuse has lent his name to a professional cooking school in Ecully in the Lyon countryside. It's located (in part) in a beautiful chateau, where they have an excellent restaurant. Prices are quite moderate, and quite frankly, I thought the food there was better than at Bocuse's namesake place. (Sorry if some hounds find that slanderous.)
We're going in a few weeks for dinner. I looked at the restaurant website and there are 3 types of menus. There are 6 of us, and I am wondering if two of us could take 'Classique', while the other 2 pairs try 'Bourgeois' and 'Grande Tradition'?. Or must the whole table participate in the same menu?