Where to eat traditional French cuisine in Versailles ?

Discover the restaurants that offer traditional French dishes in Versailles:
 
The perfect restaurant for travelers, families and all curious people.
Brasserie just by the Palace, offering traditional dishes and pizza specialties at reasonable prices.
Restaurant, brasserie and tea room. Authentic 1900 period area, large shaded terrace.
Traditional brasserie. Evening entertainment. French and traditional cuisine.
Friendly brasserie close to the Palace, serving traditional cuisine and freshly prepared dishes, all made on the premises !
This Italian restaurant is located at the site of former stables, inside a registered historic landmark. In summertime, a superb terrace blooms with roses on the palace grounds.
New attractive restaurant in Versailles. Well-prepared and well-presented traditional cuisine.
L'Alcove, new restaurant and lounge bar where the chef Valentin Piault will prepare a modern French cuisine for you.
The Chapeau Gris is one of the oldest restaurants in Versailles, with a distinctive setting and a seawater fish tank.
The Montbauron welcomes you in a friendly atmosphere, where you can enjoy food and drinks around the pool tables.
Top-of-the-range bistrot : traditional decor and its house specialty, the famous leg of lamb.
Charming restaurant right next to Saint-Louis cathedral. In a warm, elegant and relaxed atmosphere, you will find 100% homemade meals.
La Tour, French bistro serving the best meats : Salers, Aubrac, Normande, etc.
The Bistrot du Boucher is a family-run restaurant serving traditional French cuisine. Get a 10% discount with this guide.
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Fit for a King ! Just opposite the Palace, the Café Bleu Roi is a great place for a break, either before or after your visit.
An unmissable authentic bistro much appreciated by connoisseurs. Traditional French cuisine.
We offer you a journey mixing traditional cuisine and Corsican flavors just down the road from the Palace.
Le Petit Marquis welcomes you with a traditional cuisine in a family ambience.
Restaurant, wine cellar and wine bar, warm setting typical of the 1950s bistros.