Yves Rivoiron, the owner of this classic bouchon, is a real character. I had lunch with him for my AFAR story about Lyon Bouchons. This is what he ordered: Tablier de Sapeur (fireman's apron) or fried tripe. It's a bouchon classic. Like many hearty buy inexpensive bouchon dishes, it was what the city's silk workers used to eat to give them the energy to run their looms. Yves is another great bouchon character. If you visit Des Fedes, look for the photo of him with his pet pig!