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Le Chansonnier
The ‘Singer' (named after the 19th-century Lyonnais socialist singer-songwriter Pierre Dupont) could be a film set, with its curved zinc bar and art-nouveau mouldings. Refreshingly unhip, the food is old-school French and very substantial with mains that range from noix St-Jacques provençal (scallops in herbed tomato sauce) and bouillabaisse to daube de sanglier (boar stew). The bistro dates to 1920.
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