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Best Food and Drink at Court Philippe Chatrier (Roland-Garros)?

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Pierre Gomis
Pierre Gomis

There are a tonne of food outlets at Roland Garros to keep everyone entertained – and whether you are after a sit down meal or something from a supermarket to make a quick picnic – there is something here for you.

Underneath Court Suzanne-Lenglen there is a wonderful sit down bistro – La Divine. Open for lunch only from 11.30 – 2.30 you can sample some wonderful food. The restaurant shuts down after that, but it transforms into a bar from 3pm, a perfect place to spend the afternoon if you don’t have a ticket to a match.

Les Jardins Gourmets offer 3 types of restaurants set within trees: There is a buffet with everything from beef and pies to salad and cheeses. The Lounge Bar has great cocktails and sharing platters accompanied with plasma TV’s so you don’t miss a point, and there is the Lavazza Espresso Bar for that little pick me up!

There are numerous ‘Les Comptois’ around the ground that serve up quick bites such as burgers and hot dogs as well as Fresh Points where you can rehydrate after a day in the Parisian sun!

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Clément Letou
Clément Letou

No matter what your cravings are, at the court you can find all kind of foods and snacks there.

If you want a delicious and prestigious meal, Les jardins de Roland Garros is a restaurant for you. It is ruled by the chef Yannick Alléno, who is famous for owning Le Meurice (three star restaurant in Paris), there you can enjoy amazing French specialities.

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