Roland-Garros 2022: restaurants to eat near the stadium during the tournament

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By Rizhlaine F. Photo by Laura B. Posted May 19, 2022 6:44 pm

The Roland-Garros tournament returns to Paris until 10 June 2022 to the delight of tennis fans. If you are looking for a great place to rest between two games, we take you to discover the best restaurants to eat near the Parisian stadium.

This is the long awaited event for tennis fans. Every year the Roland Garros tournament invests the homonymous stadium located near the Bois de Boulogne in the 16th arrondissement of Paris. Athletic event lighthouse of the capital, is an essential stop of theParisian diary.

So it’s no surprise that enthusiasts find themselves a Roland Garros Stadium. If you are looking for a good place invest between two gamesin after, or that you want to have a to lunch or one dinner near the tournamentwe take you to the discovery of good addresses awaits you near Roland Garros !

Good addresses to discover near Roland-Garros during the tournament:

Photo: Le Petit Comte restaurant in BoulognePhoto: Le Petit Comte restaurant in BoulognePhoto: Le Petit Comte restaurant in BoulognePhoto: Le Petit Comte restaurant in Boulogne Le Petit Comte, Boulogne’s gourmet bistro
Head to Boulogne on the outskirts of Paris to discover the Petit Comte, this Franchouillard bistro which owes its name to the Count of Gascony. This address has a lot to offer you delicacies and good food in a relaxed and simple way. [Lire la suite]

Andia restaurant and terrace at the station Andia restaurant and terrace at the station Andia restaurant and terrace at the station Andia restaurant and terrace at the station Andia, the station restaurant with gourmet Latin cuisine
Andia is the restaurant in the 16th arrondissement of Paris that replaces La Gare and takes your taste buds on a trip to Latin America, in the heart of the Andes. From the restaurant plate to the green terrace, we find ourselves immersed in the Amazon rainforest in Mexico. Atmosphere and change of scenery guaranteed! [Lire la suite]

Brasserie Auteuil: a new terrace that smells of the MediterraneanBrasserie Auteuil: a new terrace that smells of the MediterraneanBrasserie Auteuil: a new terrace that smells of the MediterraneanBrasserie Auteuil: a new terrace that smells of the Mediterranean Brasserie Auteuil: a terrace that smells of the Mediterranean
Redecorated by interior designer star Laura Gonzalez, Brasserie Auteuil in the 16th century unveils a huge terrace upstairs with woody and vegetal notes enriched with ethnic touches. The ideal sport to escape from Paris without leaving the capital! [Lire la suite]

Lunch at the Brasserie Urbaine de MolitorLunch at the Brasserie Urbaine de MolitorLunch at the Brasserie Urbaine de MolitorLunch at the Brasserie Urbaine de Molitor Brasserie Urbaine, the Molitor restaurant that revisits the brasserie classics
Brasserie Urbaine, the Molitor hotel restaurant in the 16th arrondissement of Paris, has reopened its doors for the winter season. The new chef, Martin Simolka, revisits and modernizes the great classics of the French brasserie, from croque to truffle shells. It is modern, creative, refined. We love. [Lire la suite]

Brunch at the Chalet des IlesBrunch at the Chalet des IlesBrunch at the Chalet des IlesBrunch at the Chalet des Iles Le Chalet des Iles, the verdant restaurant in the Bois de Boulogne
The Chalet des Iles is one of the most exotic restaurants in Paris. Located on a small island, in the middle of the Bois de Boulogne, you have to take a boat to get there. It’s worth it, with a tasty menu to be enjoyed in a historic jewel: a real Swiss chalet transported to Paris in spare parts for Empress Eugenie. [Lire la suite]

Well, the restaurant in the 16thWell, the restaurant in the 16thWell, the restaurant in the 16thWell, the restaurant in the 16th The Restaurant Bon Paris 16e, the restaurant with multiple spaces
Let’s go and rediscover Bon, the restaurant in the 16th arrondissement of Paris that reveals its large rooms designed by Starck and its divine Asian dishes. [Lire la suite]

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