Next to the magnificent castle where Louis XIV was born and which today houses the National Archaeology Museum, pass through the mirror and push open the door to Chez Alice. In a British tea room atmosphere like one where Lewis Carroll could have written his famous novel, take a seat among rustic designs, candles, white tablecloths and upholstered chairs, and enjoy the refined, inventive cuisine lovingly prepared by Alice and her mother. In a friendly and intimate setting, a variety of delicious dishes are on offer, including one of its specialities: ravioli du marquis, stuffed with various wild mushrooms including the exquisite white truffle, and a homemade foie gras sauce.
Chez Alice is also an ideal spot for brunch, before or after a short walk in the relaxing park surrounding the castle or in the lush forest of Saint-Germain-en-Laye. Quality homemade cuisine along with a selection of about forty splendid tea options that will delight all gourmets!
Access and contact
Days and opening hours
Every day throughout the year between 11.30 AM and 6.30 PM. Closed on Monday.
- Pets welcome