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What to do in Aix-les-bains for a week-end?

We really loved our time in Aix-les-bains, it was a first time for us. We are just 1h30 far by train and the tickets weren’t that expensive. Small town with a very family-like atmosphere, people are nice and commodities are perfect.

Xiao Chi, a peek at chinese culture in Lyon 1

recently got invited to try the new menu from Xiao Chi in Lyon 1, a restaurant that wants to maintains the chinese tradition of xiao chi, which translate to « food around the corner ».

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The perfect brunch @ Øslow, Lyon 3

Tired of pancakes and scrambled eggs for brunch? I got you covered! Just near the metro station Place Guichard.

Piada food, the italian street food HQ in Lyon

So we might start with a basic question : what’s a piadina? It is a traditional food from the Romagna region. Flat bread filled with either sweet or savory ingredients, eaten in the street. Traditionally, it was cooked on hot terra-cotta but now it’s more on plancha.

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Delicatessen, Lyon's american meat heaven!

After getting through the door and the thick curtain, you are in for a fun ride! Surrounded by very noble materials, everything feels cozy. We sat at the owner Brice Fournier’s table and chatted a bit about his concept.