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Green terraces in Paris: nature and gastronomy

Green terraces in Paris: nature and gastronomy


Paris is one of the great European cities, a place where historical and cultural heritage mingle with a very modern urban environment. Situated in the heart of the famous Saint-Germain des Prés district, the Hotel d'Angleterre invites you to relax in a setting of legendary charm. Why not take advantage of your stay to discover the best green terraces in Paris?


Ralph's; the most American of the green terraces in Paris

Housed in a former mansion, Ralph’s restaurant combines the charm of Parisian design with the authentic American spirit. This project is supported by the high-end brand Ralph Lauren. The difference with this restaurant is that you can enjoy your meal either in the main dining area or on the mansion’s magnificent patio. In this open space with its rustic charm you will discover American gastronomy at its most refined.


La Félicita; Italian food at its best

The restaurant la Félicita, located in the 13th arrondissement at station F, the world’s largest start-up campus, is the last baby of the Big Mamma group. Its 4,500 m2 space includes a 1,000 m2 terrace that has a wonderful ambiance along with a giant BBQ, lounge chairs and green arbours. The cuisine, although it naturally gives pride of place to Italy, is very extensive. The richly colourful La Felicita Station F also regularly hosts exhibitions, concerts and street art displays.


The Coya Beaupassage: Peruvian cuisine with a wealth of influences

The Coya brand is an international chain of restaurants that has already established itself in London and Dubai. Located in the Rue du Bac, Coya de Paris occupies an old church refurbished by a London design studio. With its walls embellished with works of art, the rich decor is inspired by South American culture and the Inca heritage. Its space is divided into two floors, a bar and a terrace. Discover a typical Peruvian cuisine with Chinese and Japanese influences.



More information:

- Restaurant Ralph's
- Restaurant La Félicita
- Restaurant Coya Beaupassage

Hotel d'Angleterre, a charming hotel at the heart of Saint Germain des Prés

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