La Petite Venise
Covid-19 information : a health pass is required at the entrance.
The dining room is located in Louis-Philippe’s former stables, where the bare stone walls and horses’ hay mangers provide a striking contrast to the electric blue chairs and modern chandeliers. These surroundings are a historic, yet unusual backdrop for chef Alexis Donadieu’s delicious Mediterranean cuisine.
Creamy risotto, perfectly-cooked octopus, tasty and time-honoured tiramisu…here, it’s all about classic Italian cooking using seasonal produce. Authentic flavours which conjure up the charm of the Italian Peninsula.
Out on the terrace, you can enjoy views across the Grand Canal one way and the Bassin d’Apollon the other. When the fountains are on at the weekends, it’s truly magical. What better way is there to make the most of the summer sunshine than by enjoying a tasty treat under the shade of the trees in these idyllic surroundings?
It’s the perfect place to sit back and relax after working your way through the magnificent Palace of Versailles and its wooded grounds. If you’re on your way to visit the Trianon palaces and the Queen’s Hamlet, make sure your pit-stop takes you to La Petite Venise!
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Days and opening hours
All year round, every Saturday and Sunday between 11.45 am and 6 pm. Holidays : from Tuesday to Sunday 11:45 am - 6:00 pm.
- A la carte: from 30 € Child menu (11 years): from 12 € Group menu: from 45 € Dish of the day: from 16 €.
Group rate available for > 12 people.
- Reception room
- Pets welcome
- Tourist routes
- Buffet meal
- Picnic hampers
- Restaurant for children
Documentation languages (home)
- Accessible for wheelchairs with assistance
- WC + grab handle + adequate space to move
- Site, building totally accessible
- Visual disability
- Mental disability
- Hearing disability