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Café du Palais
Family house since 1930. A real bistro cuisine in an Art déco setting. Listed as a "Historic Café in Europe".
Real sushi bar, Japanese cuisine, very fresh products, service on the spot, take-away food, catering service.
Brasserie du Boulingrin
Historic city brasserie which has retained its Art Deco style after relocation.
In this traditional brasserie, the Maître Cuisinier works only with fresh produce.
Specialising in seafood.
In a light, warm setting, the restaurant is located on a terrace surrounded with windows looking out over the garden with a swing and games for children; a true museum of hand-made tools for grapevines, wine and blacksmithing, the restaurant has a capacity of 130 seats, in two rooms.
Brasserie Conti welcomes you from Monday to Saturday from 12 to 2 pm and from 7 to 10:30 pm and Sunday from 12 to 1:30 pm.
Menu from 15.5 €
In warm and convivial surroundings, Chef Jean-Louis Milon offers you a local tasteful cuisine that emphasizes the subtlety of mixed flavours.
Menu from 24.4 €
Château de Courcelles
Comfort and the enjoyment of food are part of the exceptional experience you will enjoy within this 17th c. castle.
Boco has created a new segment in catering.
A cosy setting with an open kitchen. Specialities include hand-sliced beef tartare and traditional, seasonal dishes. Tartare to take away.
Menu from 15 €
Brasserie Le Carnot
Bar Brasserie Le Carnot. Situated close to the Cathedral, it is the ideal location for having lunch or dinner.
Menu from 12 €
Results on the map
14 place Myron Herrick
9 rue de Chativesle
31 rue de Mars
68 rue des Prieurés
93 place Drouet d'Erlon
18 boulevard Jamin
8 rue du Château
3 boulevard Général Leclerc
55 rue Camille Lenoir