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Rueil Malmaison

 


 
Cafés

Le Napoléon, 115 avenue Albert Ier (01 47 49 06 05)

Brasserie des Arts, 26 place des Arts (01 47 32 23 48)

Tea rooms

Le Coin gourmand, 63 avenue du 18 juin 1940 (01 47 08 98 76)

Restaurants

Au Tambour d'Arcole , 21 boulevard du maréchal Foch (01 47 51 28 62). Traditional cuisine in beautiful Empire surroundings.

Chalet du Lac , avenue de Versailles (01 47 51 33 45). In the middle of the Malmaison forest, across from the lake of Saint-Cucufa.

Taverne Maître Kanter, 193 avenue Napoléon Bonaparte (01 47 51 82 83). Near the Bois Préau and the Malmaison castles, seafood, shellfish, specialties from the Alsace region, open 7 days a week.

Crêperie Joséphine, 3 rue Jean Le Coz (01 47 51 97 71). Across from the Saint Pierre-Saint Paul Church, guaranteed reasonable prices and good quality.

Hotels

Le Cardinal***, 1 place Richelieu (01 47 08 20 20)

La Chaumière***, 20 avenue Albert Ier (01 47 32 20 92)

Novotel Atria***, Rueil 2000 - 21 avenue Edouard Belin (01 47 16 60 60),
Restaurant "L'Atelier" from 6 a.m. to midnight, piano bar every evening.


 

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