Fodor's Expert Review L'Angelique
Régis Douysset's refined yet unfussy French cuisine attracts the Versailles gourmet crowd. A seasonally changing menu offers a good balance of seafood and game: picture a delicate perch fillet with spaghetti de mer (in a shellfish bouillon) or venison shoulder with grilled turnips and a spätzle of girolle mushrooms. The dining room, in a restored 17th-century town house, is serene and comfortable, with white walls, wood-beam ceilings, dark wood paneling, and tasteful artwork—and the meals served here are among the best in town. Desserts alone are worth the Michelin star—the tart feuilletée, with candied peaches, cardamom, and peach sorbet, is ethereal.
27 av. de Saint-Cloud
Versailles, Île-de-France 78000, France
- Some of the best food in Versailles
- Historic 17th-century setting
- Swoon-worthy desserts