Comfort Hotel Airport CDG
1 bis, rue de Paris
Le Mesnil-Amelot, 77 990
Phone: (33) 1 60036565
Fax: (33) 1 60036500
Travel back to the nineteenth century and indulge in a "guinguette." A popular getaway for Parisians in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, guinguettes were restaurants and cabarets along the Seine and Marne. They have recently regained popularity and now Le Canotier offers prix fixe menus and music by Dany Salmon. Come Thursday and Sunday afternoons from 2:30p to 6p for a Thé Dansant or Saturday evenings from 8p to 3a for a ball.
The spices and dishes at La Planete Indienne (Indian Planet) are sure to whet your appetite. Located in Montévrain, the affordable restaurant serves large-portioned dishes for a modest price. If you're in the mood for naan bread, chicken masala, and/or curry, La Planete Indienne is the place to eat.
Situated in the square of the Cité des Sciences in Paris' 19th arrondissement, Peña Festayre serves up a splendid spread of Basque style food and eclectic musical events. A warm wood furnished interior welcomes clientele who flock here for the excellent fare and heady atmosphere. Acts range from alternative rock to reggae and ska, making Peña Festayre the perfect place to pick up tapas while listening to that hot new band.
This bar-restaurant is situated near the Parc de la Villette and the Cité de la musique. Its ultra-modern décor designed Elisabeth de Portzamparc has earned some criticism for its decidedly futuristic look. But in this very slow neighborhood, this is the only place of conviviality and relaxation. After a stroll in the park, sit back to enjoy the simple and tasty cuisine. The menu features a croque-monsieur, an escalope of salmon, and beef bourguignon. Gourmets can order caviar and champagne.
Located opposite the Cathedral of Our Lady of Senlis, Restaurant Le Scaramouche offers quality dining. Offering French regional cuisine, the seafood delicacies here are a must-try. With a summer terrace to sit in, guests can avail of alfresco dining at this place. The ambiance is nice and relaxed, for a nice dinner outing. Le Scaramouche is a great destination to enjoy gourmet cuisine in a soothing atmosphere.
This authentic French restaurant, established in the 1930s, is a favorite among meat-lovers. Originally a steakhouse and located in a former slaughter district, this place's menu boasts of nothing less than 16 house specialties and serves high quality Beef Filet, Sirloin and Prime Rib. Au Bœuf Couronné also offers special menus for guests who would like to organize their business events here. Visit this restaurant for a meat fest!
Aux Petits JOUEURS is the definition of the famous French Dining Experience. The scrumptious cuisine is served in small portions over several courses and is accompanied with rare wines or cocktails in keeping with the tradition. The ambiance of the place is done up to match the traditional cuisine with large tables laid around the dais. The music from the live band that specializes in Jazz or Rock keeps flowing through the open hours and adds a touch of fun to the otherwise serene place. However, you will have to book a table well in advance, for the bookings fill up quickly on days of a well known band performance.
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 famous recipes of Marseilles and Cassis await you at the Le Laumière. Sit around round tables and savor the delectable French cuisines served here. Owner Zouari Eddy and his chefs cook the best in French culinary traditions along with a large array of French wines to choose from. Visit here and you would want to come again! A perfect family place with modest crowd, three large rooms and space in the garden for a peaceful dining experience. If you have a birthday bash on mind, then there is no better place than the two rooms at the back.
The Park of Buttes-Chaumont (1867) was originally composed of six pavilions, and among them is the Pavillon du Lac (Lake Pavilion). It was closed for 15 years and then five years were spent restoring it. It eventually reopened in June 2010. It is composed of two restaurants, one café, and a room dedicated to events and receptions. There also are four terraces, ideally located: on the north terrace you will find tapas and evening cocktails, on the south terrace a restaurant, on the west terrace a solarium with sofas and deckchairs, and on the east terrace (in front of the pavilion), the ideal place to have a drink. The Pavillon du Lac has a rich and varied menu.
Here, the Old West comes alive in the form of stiff drinks, country music and a friendly smile in this knock-off of classic Americana. Don't be afraid to bring along the little vaquerito's either, as there is dancing and entertainment for every member of your family.
Basically a restaurant, Les 400 Coups however offers more than just delicious platter. The location encompasses a dining area, a tapas bar, a lounge and an activity area for children. Entertainment that appeals to all age groups is the highlight of this eat-out. Children have a lot of activities and workshops to choose from whereas adults can enjoy live performances in the lounge. Hours vary for the restaurant and the weekend happenings. Call for further details.