City Guide: Paris
La Table du 11
After touring Versailles and its gardens, refuel at this upscale bistro from a super star young chef.
An upscale bistro featuring exceptional meals at an affordable price from young chef Jean-Baptiste Lavergne Mor, who learned at Michelin-starred Cobéa with Philippe Belissent. This is his first solo venture and his contemporary twist on traditional French dishes is remarkable. This is a great option for wining and dining after visiting the château and gardens of Versailles. It’ll be a memorable and satisfying way to cap off the day.
Modern Cuisine / Post-Versailles Bite
Reservations: Via phone or website and should be done in advance
Hours: Lunch 12:30-1:45 p.m. Dinner 7:30-9:30 p.m.; Closed Sundays and Mondays and summer vacation
Address: 11, rue Saint-Honoré, Versailles
Phone: 09 83 34 76 00
- Metro: Versailles Château-Rive Gauche
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