Comfort Hotel Cachan Paris Sud
2 rue Mirabeau
Phone: (33) 1 45471800
Fax: (33) 1 45470181
2 rue Mirabeau, Cachan, FR, 94230
- Phone: (33) 1 45471800
- Fax: (33) 1 45470181
Oriental feeling offers a sensuous taste of Asiatic elegance, accommodating thousands of people for a variety of events. Situated in scenic Villejuif, this versatile event center is perfect for cocktail parties, banquets, business meetings and more. Theme nights are welcome!
Auto Passion café is a unique place for lovers of vehicular sports. Plenty of car lovers gather here to have a drink or a meal, staring at one of the two giant screens or at one of the eight TV screens all displaying nonstop automobile sporting events. The setting is composed of car engines and collectible objects, red seats – Ferrari red, of course – on which you will enjoy one the numerous theme nights that they organize, in small lounges laid out around the bar. The lounges’ names are, for example, Imola, Monza, Silver Stone and Magny-Cours. They have thought about every detail, such as security belts on toilet seats! Maybe one thing is missing to be perfect: the smell of oil and gasoline.. Or maybe not!
Subtle flavors and traditional cuisine make La Regalade a hot spot for tourists and locals. The ambience is intimate and cozy. But this does not mean that it is a quite place. It is always crowded, so make sure you're there first. The plus point of this restaurant is that the prices are cheap. So, if simple dining is what you're looking for, then this place will certainly keep you wanting for more!
One of the most popular restaurants in the city to offer Italian cuisine, Monteleone does it in style. With white table covers, sheer wine glasses and a chic decor, it builds the p[perfect ambience for a fine dining experience where one can peacefully partake of recipes like Scallop of veal in vegetables and sauce, Garofalo pasta with clams cooked in olive oil and desserts like Cannoli di Ricotta and the classic Tiramisu. If you are part of a large group then you can avail the group menu which satisfies everyone at a fixed price. Drink up the tasteful wine that accompanies the food and adds to the experience.
Craving a solid Vietnamese meal without any bells or whistles? Then stop by Restaurant Suave! Located in the Chinatown neighborhood of Paris, this little gem is full of activity and boasts a wide variety of fresh and crunchy courses in an airy, light, simply and almost perfect decor. Try out the spring rolls or the papaya salade and finish off your feast with one of their dreamy desserts, undoubtedly tinged with far-off flavors of coconut or lemongrass. With a reasonable prix-fixe menu, you will surely eat well...and without any obstacles.
This place is located in Butte-aux-Cailles (Quails Hill) neighborhood and is famous for its Italian pastas and salads. This is an ideal place for a quick bite. This eatery is also ideal for a romantic dinner.
This restaurant in a district of old Paris serves great traditional south-eastern French cuisine. Although at first glance it appears to be aiming for a level of chic out of sync with the district's friendly, village-like atmosphere, once inside the atmosphere is as lively and friendly as you would find in any little French country village. This restaurant specializes in meat and offal. Prices are fairly reasonable and tables d'hote offers good deals. It is a great place to eat outdoors in summer.
This little corner of nostalgia, recalling a France of villages and bistros, is situated in the Butte-aux-Cailles quarter, whose tiny streets seem to lie in a time warp. Here people say tu to each other instead of the formal vous and the atmosphere is informal and unpretentious. The décor has a retro feel with wooden chairs, 19th-century posters on the walls and an old-fashioned bar. The cuisine is equally traditional: Cassoulet (meat & bean stew), Magret de Canard (duck breast), Poire au Roquefort (pear with roquefort cheese). It's very popular with the locals.
Les Petits Plats is a tiny, elegant eatery which has wonderfully retained its historic character and atmosphere. Its decor features mirrors, mouldings, a woody bar and a huge board that highlights the daily menu specials. Les Petits Plats is popular for its reasonably priced, no-nonsense family fare. Do try the Pan-fried Chanterelles and the mildly grilled A la pancha. This bistro also boasts of a wonderful wines selection including Vouvray de Huet, Givry de Joblot and Brouilly de Descombes.
Lao Lane Xang is found in Paris's Chinatown in the 13th arrondissement. The popular Thai restaurant was so successful that the owner opened a more expensive and slightly more chic restaurant across the street. Even so, Lao Lane Xang is no less popular thanks to its low prices, efficient service and authentic dishes. It's absolutely necessary to reserve a table because the restaurant is tiny and crowded. Most of the clientele are repeat customers, each with their own recommendation as to what a first-timer absolutely must try. With so many people coming back for more, there must be enough on the menu to satisfy a variety of palates. - Betsy Mikel
Foodies, penny-savers and extroverts flock to this small, quirky and constantly crowded address near the Place d'Italie. Once seated (and often in close quarters), you will have a myriad of incredibly affordable Basque dishes and hearty salads to choose from. The incredible Alsacian veal, covered with gratin potatoes and mouth-watering cheese or the duck with roquefort is highly recommended. Don't forget the snails with parsley or the house cassoulet. Whatever your whims, you will be more than satisfied with these stunning, sumptuous selections. The atmosphere is lively and chances are, you will find yourself engrossed in a philosophical conversation with your neighbor. This gem becomes packed, especially on the weekends, so equip yourself with snacks to stave off hunger during a long but worthwhile wait. You will be rewarded. Bring ample cash!
In the vibrant Butte aux Cailles neighborhood, this new locale serves up mouth-watering, affordable and almost timeless couscous dishes in a warm, spirited environment. The restaurant, which is a café during the day with a fine selection of Belgian beers, promptly transforms into a cozy and delectable restaurant at night, much to the joy of the masses of dedicated patrons waiting on the sidewalk. In a décor marked by street art and congenial interactions, you have the option of choosing between 6 different kinds of couscous, all painstakingly prepared by the 75 year old chef, Mamane. Eat well, be merry and enjoy one of the best atmospheres in Paris!