Comfort Hotel Champigny Sur Marne
143, rue Alexandre Fourny
Phone: (33) 1 49 83 01 42
Fax: (33) 1 49 83 17 77
143, rue Alexandre Fourny, Champigny-Sur-Marne, FR, 94500
- Phone: (33) 1 49 83 01 42
- Fax: (33) 1 49 83 17 77
This café is located on an island and has a riverside "café-guinguette" style setting. The wooded terrace, bar-concerts and the accordion create a great atmosphere. The specialties served here include Eel Fricassee, Mussel Bed Mussels etc. There is enough place for 300 guests. Check the website for information on the various theme evenings.
The name comes from the Cancan dancer Louise Weber, who was known as Goulue. She has been immortalized in the paintings of Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec - these can be seen at the Moulin Rouge. The Goulue café's décor has frescoes, murals and paintings from the early 1900s. Go ahead and check out France's Cancan history, while indulging in a traditional meal.
In 1910, Eugène Favreux designed the café with an early 20th-century ambiance. Even today, the decor faithfully sets the mood of the place. You can choose your seats on the terrace overlooking the beautiful River Marne or the pretty garden. Good food and some dance make up your menu. Chez Gégène can hold up to 300 people.
Domaine Sainte-Catherine is a cozy and romantic restaurant. Located on the edge of the river, it offers a breath-taking view of the surrounding country-side and the pristine waters of the Seine. Get a taste of the traditional French cuisine that consists of Pièce de Boeuf au Roquefort, and Cocktail de Crevettes Roses à l'Anglaise among other delectable recipes. Stroll in the garden or dance on the terrace while enjoying the beautiful view of the Créteil skyline. Bring your pets along to enjoy the beautiful fresh air here.
Do the Tango or just Rock 'n' Roll at the Chalet du Lac de Saint Mandé. Couples would find this place exciting, with tea and dinner dances in a bucolic setting. The 1930s décor, view of the Saint Mandé Lake and the terraces overlooking the Vincennes woods just adds to the romantic atmosphere. The café can accommodate up to 500 people.
Aboard the La Péniche, you can have a gala time, whether it is a company outing, a family reunion or simply an evening party. This carnival party boat comes equipped with an open cocktail bar and offers a rustic and exotic buffet menu. The DJs and magicians add special entertainment value to this party boat. The boat halts at all the major autonomous ports of Paris.
Pretty as a picture, La Gourmandise welcomes guests to homely and pleasant premises. The walls are painted in pastel shades and adorned with beautifully framed pictures. Well-lit and spacious, the restaurant features neatly covered tables complete with fine cutlery and vases. Amidst these aesthetic environs, guests can indulge in some traditional cuisine that retain the flavors of the region and are as tasty as they are wholesome. From a variety of cheeses to seafood and vegetarian dishes—everything is well prepared and presented with a lot of attention to detail. Set menus and daily specials spice up the dining scene. Ideal for business luncheons and romantic dinners, this restaurant is an ideal dining spot for all occasions.
This cozy little classic French restaurant, under the care of the cheerful chef Pateyron and his wife Annette, makes one feel at home. It should after all, due to the generous portions of uncomplicated food served here. The modern French cuisine served is savored by the customers. The lamb confit, oyster tartare and mango cannelloni with mussels are some of the favorites. One can also rent the place for a private function.
Established in 1947, Raimo is a name synonymous with perfectly creamed desserts. This ice cream salon was bought over and renovated in 2008 but the traditional family recipes were kept intact. The ice creams and sorbets are made from natural and seasonal ingredients which is why it is popular with locals, critics and tourists alike. You can either choose classics like vanilla and blackcurrant or the creative, seasonal ones like orange flower and violet. Whatever your choice, do take time to relish this sweet delight.
Le Parvis de Bagnolet is a simple French restaurant in the beautiful commune of Bagnolet in east Paris. Its unpretentious decor, authentic French fare replete with salads, sandwiches, fish and meat, a warm ambiance, a vibrant clientele and some great music at night, make it one of the best dining spots of the region. The restaurant transforms itself into a concert space at night, where talented musicians and artists perform live amidst an appreciative audience. The services are brisk at the restaurant and are sure to delight you! Call for dining hours and more.
The Libertalia is a restaurant-boat moored at Quais de Seine in Ivry. Its restaurant is composed of two levels and is divided into three specific spaces: cozy atmosphere, cargo atmosphere, design decoration. The cuisine is quite traditional but also includes more exotic flavors. When the weather is nice, you will fully enjoy the 1200 square-meter (12,916 square-feet) terrace. Every Friday and Saturday evening, the Libertalia offers diner with a show including magic and karaoke, followed by a dance party until early morning. Moreover, a permanent photography exhibition and cookery activities make it one of the trendiest places of Parisian nights. Call ahead or refer to their website for hours of operation.
This restaurant serves dishes prepared by one of Paris' celebrated chefs Alain Dutournie. His wife is the hostess at the restaurant and will make sure that you have a memorable dining experience. It offers specialties of Gascony, such as ham, foie gras, duck and lamb. Chef's recommendations include Tuna with Braised Cabbage, Cassoulet Chicken and Duck Foei Gras. In addition, choose from 875 wines and 100 Armagnacs.