Did you know?
Two Vincennes restaurants appear in the Michelin Guide: La Rigadelle, a high-quality fish restaurant, and L’Ours where you get a memorable experience with a Michelin star thrown in. If you book the Table d’Hôte table near the kitchens, you’ll even see the chef preparing your food. And don’t forget to visit the ultramodern underground wine cellar before you leave.
Give it a try!
Cookery lessons for adults and children, master classes, “Top Chef” challenges, etc. Get in the kitchen at Atelier AD. In Vincennes you can be head chef!
Meals for all occasions
Trying to pick a restaurant in Vincennes? Tricky task, with so many tempting menus and sophisticated dishes. Why not sit at the CO2 terrace and try their skate wing fritter followed by a banana, chocolate and hazelnut finger? Or try the stylish vintage setting of the Château des Vignerons and enjoy a roast “rouelle” (thick slice of pork leg) or a fillet of trout with ginger sauce? If you’re keen to try local produce, head for Chez Comus, L’Ardoise, La Cadole or the lovely château-view terrace of La Table des Troys. For an intimate meal, you might prefer the cosiness and generosity of Maëzaly.
Vegetarians will love the veggie menu served at Les Fées des Papilles and adventurous gourmets can try La Bascule which boldly experiments with surf & turf dishes such as suckling pig with crab stock or semi-cooked veal carpaccio with tuna sauce! Fancy a comforting, generously-served brunch with family or friends? Then head for Club Foch where the lovely terrace lit by paper lanterns makes it a good evening venue too.
Italy in the kitchen!
At Del Pozzo’s, the Calabrian chef skilfully whips up a fabulous parmesan and marinaded tuna mille-feuille or a tortelli di Faraona. All against the backdrop of the Château de Vincennes just opposite! Chez Alessandro, a beautiful family story sees “la mamma” serving the meals with her sons and nephews at her side or in the kitchen where they prepare tasty dishes and their own fresh bread and house pasta… Delizioso!