Restaurant patio: our selection of the best gourmet rooms in France


Finding a restaurant that appeals to everyone during an outing with friends, family or work colleagues can sometimes be a headache, if everyone does not have the same appetite or tastes. Fortunately, in recent years, spaces of a new nature have been spreading in France: food courts, or food halls, inspired by American or Asian concepts. What is the concept of a food court? The food court is a large space where there are several catering offers, mainly fast food, but not only. Within this space, everyone is free to move around to order their food or drink at one or more stands, then to eat or drink their drink sitting or standing. You can enjoy your pizza while your neighbor enjoys his sushi, and your neighbor his hamburger. In Europe, in particular, the Italian concept Eataly, as well as the Time Out Market in Lisbon, contributed to the development of these new places to eat. In France, we find this type of sign in almost every big city. Below are the best restaurant tracks to try from Paris to Bordeaux via Nantes, Toulouse or Lyon, projects have been successfully launched. Starting with Ground Control, an independent living space in the 12th arrondissement: Latin American specialties are served alongside typical northern French dishes, as well as Sicilian-style pizzas and dishes prepared by refugee chefs. Not far away is also La Felicità. , in the 13th district: in 4,500 square meters, inside Station F, the largest business incubator in the world, you can come and taste pizzas, tagliatelle and other Italian specialties. Which dining room to choose in Bordeaux? Southwest, with a city known for its wine: Bordeaux, which hosts a particularly interesting gastronomic hall: La Boca Foodcourt. On the banks of the Garonne, La Boca Foodcourt gives a privileged place to French specialties, with a rotisserie and a Corsican counter, but also to world cuisine, with Mexican, Japanese and even Spanish stalls. Les Halles du Lez in MontpellierA Montpellier is underway. the banks of the Lez where the Halles du Lez are located: à la carte, 24 corners dedicated to the restaurant offering Asian, Oriental, African, Korean and Middle Eastern specialities. There are also dessert stalls, cafes and bars for pasta, eggs and other fresh juices. Dishes that can be taken away or tasted in one of the 700 seats inside, or on the 1,300 square meters of outdoor terraces ⋙ Montpellier in competition to be European Capital of Culture 2028 Grand Scène à LilleAl Nord, a restaurant area open 7 days a week was born in 2021 in Lille: Grand Scène, it is no less than 10 restaurants, two bars and cafes, and events throughout the year. The conductor wire? Street food, with the essential hamburgers, pizzas and other tacos, but also a Breton creperie, a fish and chips stand and Greek souvlaki. Lyon, capital of the restaurant areas? Capital of gastronomy, is Lyon also the capital? In fact, there are two XXL restaurant areas: Les Halles de Lyon Paul Bocuse, a 5-minute walk from Part Dieu station, and the Food Traboule, named after these pedestrian shortcuts that are particularly common in Lyon Lyon’s first covered market, opened in 1859, Les Halles de Lyon Paul Bocuse hosts a large number of food artisans (cheese makers, bakers, climbers, greengrocers, delicatessens, fishmongers and butchers), but also several cafes, bars and restaurants, where it is possible to sit. Food Traboule is located in the Tour Rose, a traboule located in the historic district of Old Lyon, with Renaissance architecture, listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. In total, you have the option to choose from 12 counters, all of which offer fresh and seasonal cuisine. Les Halles de la Cité, in Toulouse. In the very center of the pink city, the Halles de la Cité concentrate several stands to allow Toulousans to have an aperitif or dine around large wooden tables. Located in the heart of the Théâtre de la Cité in Toulouse, the Halles de la Cité include a meat bar with a flame, an Asian steamed bite stand, but you can also enjoy sushi or cheese and charcuterie boards. Rennes food market, once a month Here is a gourmet dining area as expected every month by Rennes residents and passing visitors: every first Sunday of the month, the central market, in La Criée, becomes a real restaurant area, with many dishes prepared here or elsewhere. place for less than 10 euros. In total, around forty restaurateurs, pastry chefs, brewers, producers and other food-trucks take over the premises of the food market… and convivial tables, in a good-humoured atmosphere!⋙ What to do in Rennes when you do you like outdoor activities? An online catering area of ​​restaurants, in a single order. This service, currently only available in the Paris and Lille region (but soon in Nice, Nancy, Bordeaux or even Marseille), offers the possibility to “mix and match” and order from various addresses around you to deliver Chinese dimsum, chicken fried and argentine. dishes to your home, all for collection or delivery in one go. emerge in France. In Greater Paris, a large restaurant area is expected in Montparnasse in 2022, while others are being prepared in Saint-Ouen or Pantin. Meanwhile, the western city of Nantes has announced the arrival of a food court by June 2022. Also read: An immersive ocean-themed restaurant, Under the Sea, has just open in Paris In Israel, the first “robot-pizza restaurant” has opened its doors Michelin Guide 2022: which French regions have the most starred restaurants?
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