Quality Hotel Acanthe - Boulogne Billancourt
9, rond-point Rhin & Danube
Phone: (33) 1 46991040
Fax: (33) 1 46990005
9, rond-point Rhin & Danube, Boulogne-Billancourt, FR, 92100
- Phone: (33) 1 46991040
- Fax: (33) 1 46990005
Mangareva means "floating mountain" in Polynesian, and in Saint-Cloud near Bois de Boulogne, it means relaxation and well-being. Moored between Saint-Cloud and Suresnes bridges, Mangareva longboat is a unique place in the West of Paris. There is a lounge restaurant, a traditional hammam and massages with essential oils in cabins, all this surrounded by the Seine and Bois de Boulogne. In the evening, several options are proposed mixing food and relaxation. And on Saturday and Sunday, you can chose the brunch plus hammam option. Every second Wednesday of the month, a musical evening is organized. There also is a shop where you will find all kinds of beauty products.
The BB Antilles floats a party with Caribbean flavor every day, with a restaurant, club, and piano bar featuring live music all aboard the boat. The restaurant offers a regular menu or prix-fixe choices, including dishes like coconut milk pork and rum-soaked fruit salad. The cosmopolitan club fills quickly and may be rented for private events; but the true attraction is the piano bar, where live musicians each Friday and Saturday (concerts begin 10:30p) draw rapt listeners and expressive dancers.
Dedicated to local sports, Le 70 gets its name from the year in which the Paris Saint-Germain football (soccer) team was founded (1970). Apart from the interesting sports decor, this brasserie also presents before you an appetizing platter of starters, sandwiches, main course dishes and desserts. Evenings are reserved for special events, PSG match evenings and parties.
The love that Patrick Pignol has for his craft, combined with his naturally exuberant personality are both evident in the cuisine he serves. He is also a wine expert and will tell you which one goes best with the Roast Turbot and Artichokes with Pepper Sauce, or the farm-raised squab with a savory giblet juice. Au Relais d'Auteuil's decor and atmosphere are equally warm and inviting.
Le Salon sur L'eau is a beautiful restaurant in a boat that is just a few minutes from Porte Maillot. A trendy contemporary French restaurant by the water that offers stunning views of the Seine and the surrounding lush greenery, this eatery and bar is garnering a lot of fans amongst the locals and tourists alike. Their alluring expansive teak terrace is done up with palm trees and bamboo making it a great place for outdoor dining. The food will suit every palate and is wonderfully tasty. Whether it is a romantic trip or business or maybe just pure fun, this wonderful restaurant won't let you down.
This refurbished brewery is a favorite haunt of the locals of the district of Auteuil; the food is delicious and it is always full, so reservations are advised. The stone walls and comfy sofas lend it a cozy atmosphere, and the service is quick and efficient. It's the perfect place to relax after a hard day's work.
A wave of good humor seems to ripple through this bar-restaurant which the former rugby-playing owner has made into a haven of peace, quiet and feasting. The district may not strike you as particularly welcoming, but you will not find a more authentic bistro. People working nearby have made this their regular haunt and they contribute to the friendly atmosphere, eating elbow to elbow without so much as a murmer of complaint. The chef imports all produce fresh from Lozère where he originates, and it is full of rustic flavors. Who could be happier than a Frenchman with good bread and good wine on his table?
Near the Longchamp racetrack, Jean-Louis Nomicos settled in this beautifully decorated Napoléon III-style restaurant. Alain Ducasse's 'disciple' revamped the traditional cuisine and now creates excellent dishes such asmushrooms with vegetables; oysters cooked with seaweed and butter and macaroni stuffed with foie gras; and roasted figs and blackberries for dessert. Décor, service and the cellar are the stuff of dreams! Call ahead for restaurant timings.
Step into River Cafe for a wholesome adventure. Originally a boat, it is a trendy cafe today. Not only does the boat rock, the food rocks too. Enjoy the river view of the Seine while you relish a plate of Poulet saute au Sesame. The interiors are cordial with a touch of elegance and don't forget to savor some Chablis when here. The ambiance demands it.
This is one of the best chain of bistros for fish and seafood. Some of the creative dishes include lobster with bacon and Sea bass in wine sauce. There is a different menu everyday depending on the catch of the day. For dessert, try the famous Baba au Rhum - a ring shaped cake dipped in rum. One of the four Vin et Marée outlets in Paris, this restaurant also banks on its effortless ability to reproduce fresh seafood into plates of artistry.
Escape from the city center by taking a culinary ride to the Pré Catelan. Located in Bois de Boulogne and housed in a Napoléon III-style mansion, the magnificent décor will make you feel special. Chef Frederic Anton has won many "Chef of the Year" awards and was granted a three-star rating by Michelin. He is inventive when it comes to his cuisine yet uses the finest traditional ingredients. A great selection of seafood and shell, seasoned with delicately mixed flavors and spices, is on the menu. The Velvet Swimming Crab, sumptuously dressed with Coral Jelly, French Caviar, and accompanied by a fennel soup is a house specialty. Other delicacies include the Ris de Veau (calf sweetbread), the Langoustine (giant prawns) and the Homard Breton (lobster).
Nana Ya is a sushi caterer with an especially good choice of various Japanese side dishes. If you want to be sure that your takeout sushi plate is freshly prepared, the chef can make it in front of you. Besides the good service and the large choice of various delicious sushi, Nana Ya also houses a small food store which offers colorful packages of Japanese rice, noodles, packets of Miso soup, and different Japanese desserts, the contents of which are hard to know if you cannot read Japanese, but this offers the perfect moment to try something new!