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Pimprenelle

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Pimprenelle has an eclectic style, reflected in its furniture, range of colours, and bright décor full of contrasts. At lunchtime, Pimprenelle offers hot and cold open sandwiches, tasty soups and numerous other delights.
With little tables, big tables and cosy corners, Pimprenelle aims to cater for everyone in a relaxed, cheerful atmosphere. The lighting in the form of novel hanging “bulbs”, and the window onto the kitchen adds to the quirky style. The general atmosphere is halfway between a traditional bar and a bright, contemporary style, with modern furnishings, and vivid colours. The “Pimprenelles" (fairy dolls) are on the stairs! Perched between the ground floor and upstairs, they embody the places’ character. Mischievous, fond of good food, and inquisitive, they inspire good humour and joviality. They were created in close collaboration with artist Gilles Sorlin. A great place for breakfasts, sandwiches, soups, tarts and salads on weekdays and Sunday brunch from 10am to 4pm. In the afternoons, Pimprenelle is a tearoom.

Services

Acceso a Internet Wifi

Equipements

Terraza

Langues parlées

Inglés, Español, Francés

Tipo de Cocina

Restauración rápida

Número de salas

2

Número máximo de comensales

60

Detalles de contacto

13 rue des Quatre Chapeaux 69002 Lyon 2ème

Tel. : 04 78 38 29 84

Tarifas

A la carta: de 11,50 a 17 €
Plato del día: 11,90 €.

Horarios de apertura

Todo el año. Todos los dias de 8 a 19.
Cerrado los martes.
Se cierra, excepcionalmente el 25 de diciembre.
Con este restaurante

Salon de thé / Coffee shop

Pimprenelle Salon de Thé Pimprenelle Tea room

Reservación

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Interview

Jean-François Mesplède
La tradición gastronómica lionesa

Jean-François Mesplède, autor gastronómico

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Jean-François Mesplède, autor gastronómico, director de la guía Michelin de 2006 a 2009.

En Lyon, la mesa siempre se ha considerado como un elemento primordial de la vida, ¡desde la época romana! .