Le Garet for dinner

This was one of our livelier experiences at a bouchon. We got seated upstairs, next to a large party of all men. As the evening progressed, we got to talking. They were some kind of dining club, men only, who meet once a month. My french isn’t the greatest, so I wasn’t able to get if they go to other restaurants or only Le Garet. But they were a fun, joking bunch and clearly regulars.

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We started with the salad. I am profoundly in love with the lentils they serve all through Lyon.

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gras double - Pickled tripe in light mayo. Delicious!

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I got the tete de veau. This version had tongue with it, which wasn’t cooked (tender) as well as the rest. It was okay, though, since I can make tongue at home and the head was delicious and they serve more than enough food!

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Husband got the chicken special.

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Baba au rhum for dessert!!

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Looks great. What’s are the two things after the tripe? Charcuterie?

Yes, the first was this sausage that I later got mixed up with brains at another bouchon. It’s called cervelas. Delicious. The other was museau, the snout, I think. Very good, also!