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Best Food and Drink at Le Mans Bugatti?

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Pierre Gomis
Pierre Gomis

There is lots of food and drink available at Le Mans, either in the campsites or in the Fan Village where most of the buzz can be found! Prices, as you can imagine, are a little on the spendy side however.

A beer will set you back around €5 each, the same price as a glass of wine. If you feel like celebrating then a glass of Champagne is €12 or spring for a bottle at €50. Cups of tea and coffee to keep you going through the early hours are a tad expensive at €3 and an orange juice (freshly squeezed) is €6.

Breakfast is priced around the same – with Pain au Chocolat being €3, Croissant and local Jam is €8, which is also the same price as a Bacon or Sausage Baguette.

If you are camping, a lot of the camp sites offer a nightly BBQ and Salad Bar serving of buffet of burgers, sausages, chicken, salmon and dessert with a beer, wine or soft drink for €25

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Clément Letou
Clément Letou

Food and drinks is pretty classical—fast food, such as burgers, pizza and hotdogs are easy to find. There is nothing really fancy, but you will always find something to binge on. But be aware, it can dig quite a big hole in your pocket as the prices are high. However, you are allowed to bring your own food, this way you avoid spending too much and you have your favourite meal ready whenever you want.

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