Fodor's Expert Review Café du Palais
The walls at this 1930s restaurant are crammed with gilt-edged mirrors, golden cherubs, and old paintings, while crystal chandeliers hang from the ceiling, which itself is topped by a magnificent Art Deco glass roof signed by Jacques Simon. Bistro-style dishes like salad of quail breast and foie gras or duck confit with sauteed potatoes top the menu. Desserts are regional favorites (such as ice cream with the famous biscuits roses de Reims), and the selection of Champagnes is extensive—there's a good choice of red Coteaux Champenois wines too. The café is popular among locals, so reserve a table in advance (request one inside as the terrace looks out over a tramline).
14 pl. Myron T-Herrick
Reims, Grand-Est 51100, France