It's a Moroccan restaurant which is pretty close to the cathedral on a typical little street in the historic center. We went by chance and were delighted. The service is excellent, the food was great and well presented (on my plate they put a flower made from the skin of a tomato), and also not expensive for being in the center of a French town. I would totally recommend it, especially for a couple since it´s quite romantic.
They have an incredible history: a Turkish family and their friends, all originating from the same area of Turkey, settled in Auvergne and opened a kebab in Vichy. Their food was so delicious and they had such affordable prices that everyone else had to close. Because of their success, they were able to open two locations as you can read on their website. I was amazed by the contrast with other restaurants. While a typical kebab shop in France has plastic tables, typical Arabian decor and plastic dishware, this traditional restaurant has very sober decor with some luxury, and quality table service. There aren't any photos on the wall of what you will eat! And obviously, their food is delicious! Besides the traditional kebab with fries and salad, they serve grilled meats and other specialties! It's located opposite the railway station, an ideal for a stop before catching a train!
The gourmet creations of chef Jacques Decoret: Rape caramelized with maple syrup, enhanced by a sweet, crunchy coating that is accompanied by a tartare of apple, celery and lettuce and carrot emulsion. The foie gras is marked in the pan and seasoned with bacon salt and is placed on green cabbage leaves. Red cabbage puree, gravy, crispy bacon, sauerkraut jelly, peppercorns and fennel seeds are all part of the delicious menu.