Comfort Hotel Acadie Les Ulis
Avenue de l'Islande
Phone: (33) 1 64469801
Fax: (33) 1 69077420
Offering affordable or even free entry to most events, the Café Musique Radazik makes a wide variety of cultural happenings accessible to the general public. Concerts including jazz, blues, salsa, hip hop, and rock, as well as improv shows, game nights, and art exhibits animate the space. Reservations can be made online until the day before a concert; smoking is not permitted in the venue.
At the lovely Le Saint-Pierre, one is mesmerized by the beautiful creations that come out on each plate. The cozy restaurant includes a divine menu of traditional treats that bring out a true love for the French cuisine. Delicacies from the area such as tasteful cheese, cured meats and rare dishes are produced to perfection here. So for an unforgettable dining experience while in Longjumeau, do try out Le Saint-Pierre restaurant.
Palace Brasil, in the commune of Morsang-sur-Orge located 16 miles south of Paris, is a traditional French cabaret-restaurant and bar that offers not just quality food and service but also entertaining performances while you dine. The nights of the week at this restaurant are themed with performances such as traditional Latin-American dance show with Brazilian singers during weekends and salsa dance shows, where the dance floor is open to guests on Wednesday, Thursday and Sunday. Besides, Palace Brasil is also available for private events and offers its catering services for parties. Entry is only through reservation. The restaurant is open during the weekdays for lunch and dinner.
With a bar in the restaurant, this place is perfect for those who like a drink before a meal. It has traditional items on the menu and is open only for lunch. Visit this restaurant for some delicious food and classic ambiance. It is also ideal for those who want to rest between two planes and offers an amazing selection of cigars. Pets are allowed.
Step into River Cafe for a wholesome adventure. Originally a boat, it is a trendy cafe today. Not only does the boat rock, the food rocks too. Enjoy the river view of the Seine while you relish a plate of Poulet saute au Sesame. The interiors are cordial with a touch of elegance and don't forget to savor some Chablis when here. The ambiance demands it.
The BB Antilles floats a party with Caribbean flavor every day, with a restaurant, club, and piano bar featuring live music all aboard the boat. The restaurant offers a regular menu or prix-fixe choices, including dishes like coconut milk pork and rum-soaked fruit salad. The cosmopolitan club fills quickly and may be rented for private events; but the true attraction is the piano bar, where live musicians each Friday and Saturday (concerts begin 10:30p) draw rapt listeners and expressive dancers.
If you have never tried Moroccan food then Le Caroubier gives you a chance to enjoy the culinary delights from Morocco. This family owned restaurant has been serving authentic Moroccan delicacies like pastilla and Tajine au citron confit for more than 35 years. Call or visit their website for reservations.
A small local eatery in Paris's Saint-Cloud neighborhood, Garde-Manger is a wonderfully informal place to get a taste of some truly delectable French cuisine. The interior is large and bright, decorated with a few rustic accents that bring home the rustic home-cooking feel of the menu. The menu changes daily, although a few classics such as a foie gras terrine and poached eggs with morels seem to make more frequent appearances than other items. With a massive wine menu to choose from, Garde-Manger offers a pleasant selection of great French dining and drinking.
Chez Clement is a chain of restaurants all over Paris. The one at Porte de Versailles is like the rest, elegant, a fun place to eat at and of course a menu that will make your mouth water within seconds. Do not for a second hesitate to try out their oyster selection from various parts of France, compliment that with an entree and end your meal like the French with frommage (cheese) and wine. Their decor is all themed and animated and they make sure you feel right at home. During warmer days you can even enjoy the sun setting with a glass of wine on their terrace restaurant. For further information do look up their website.
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!
Sushi takeout places abound in Paris; it's the new quick, inexpensive meal option amongst the younger generations, replacing typical sandwiches as a healthy meal option. With so many places in Paris -- nearly one on every block -- there are bound to be some so-so ones, but Bonzaï is one of the few that doesn't skimp on quality. You have more choice than in many other similar sushi joints, offering just salmon and tuna; here, you'll find a full sushi bar menu, prepared to order, as well as several Chinese and Japanese-inspired dishes. - Emily Monaco
La Prima is a neighborhood pizza place where you can get good pizza at decent prices. The menu offers several options aside from pizza, such as classics like lasagna and ravioli. However, the real pleasure comes in the variety of pizza toppings, from fried egg to bacon to Roquefort cheese. There are several pizzas to choose from, with carefully selected combinations of ingredients, some classic in the Franco-Italian pizza style and some more unusual, like garlic-rubbed goat cheese croutons. The pizzas are nicely sized with a zesty sauce and a good amount of cheese that's never greasy. One of the best parts is sitting near the window, where the restaurant overlooks a busy corner of the street leading to the Parc des Expositions: it's prime people-watching territory. -Emily Monaco