After watching the French Open games at Roland Garros you have the choice to enjoy some local restaurants at walking distance. This is our small list of restaurants to check out for a nice evening dinner. Most of them take reservations, so make sure you give them a call to ensure having a table, either indoors or outdoors. Also remember that most Paris restaurants do not take guests before 8pm (although more and more exceptions exist).
As the French Open at Roland Garros take place at the end of the spring we focus our list on restaurants which offer the possibility of eating outside.
The Tsé restaurant at Porte d’Auteuil in Paris is located in an old railway station building, its decoration is inspired by the atmosphere of Shanghai hotels of the 20’s. The menu is a mix of French and Asian foods. The Tsé has a terrace in front of the restaurant, but their secret is the one on the roof. Here you can eat quietly, hidden and protected from the Paris traffic noise.
This restaurant can be found just in front of the Tsé and is one of the trendy restaurants of the neighborhood. With all the major television channels close by it is frequented by people from the showbiz and the audience who like to be associated with it. Le Murat has a small but nice terrace in front of the building.
Le Beaujolais d’Auteuil.
This is a typical Paris 1930’s neighborhood bistro with traditional food and wines. This is a small scale bistro ran by a small team. It features a tiny terrace in front which reasonably quiet as it is at a little distance from the main road.
Le Moulin d’Auteuil.
At first sight this is an ordinary “Tabac”, a bar, restaurant, which also sells cigarettes, and lottery tickets. But it has a little surprise in the back: a quiet terrace. Le Moulin d’Auteuil serves traditional dishes for reasonable prices.
Le Clocher d’Auteuil.
Further down Rue d’Auteuil, just in front of the church you can find the little hidden secret of the neighborhood. Le Clocher d’Auteil is situated in an 18th century building at a little square surrounded by trees. The atmosphere is relaxed and the decoration is vintage. Be sure not to arrive too late because the Clocher d’Auteuil does not take reservations.
Tsé: 78 Rue d’Auteuil, 75016 Paris, France, +33 1 40 71 11 90
Le Murat: 1 Boulevard Murat, 75016 Paris, France, +33 1 46 51 33 17
Le Beaujolais d’Auteuil: 99 Boulevard de Montmorency, 75016 Paris, France, +33 1 47 43 03 56
Le Moulin d’Auteuil: 75 Bis rue Auteuil, 75016 Paris, France, +33 1 46 51 05 32
Le Clocher d’Auteuil: 8 bis Rue Verderet, 75016 Paris, France, +33 1 42 88 35 87