Enjoy the flavors of Italy in the quiet village of Buzenval.
The Panacotta Café, nicely installed on a small square, offers terrace seating that allows diners to enjoy a view of the surrounding area. The restaurant offers a simple but carefully prepared menu that is sure to please.
Address:3 Rue du Colonel de Rochebrune,, Rueil Malmaison, 92500
phone:+01 47 52 00 80
A brasserie pub with a New York decor that is both warm and surprising.
Le Spark's has an innovative cocktail menu and a homemade cuisine made with fresh products and prepared on site. This spot is particularly popular for brunch and at night when crowds come for the themed nights, karaoke and DJed parties.
Address:67 avenue de la fouilleuse, Rueil Malmaison, 92500
Gilles Cresno Chocolatier
This chocolatier has won awards in 2010, 2011, 2012 and 2013.
Stop by Gilles Cresno Chocolatier and sample award-winning chocolate. This chocolatier was voted best chocolatier in France several years in a row.
Address:63 rue Gallieni, Rueil Malmaison, 92500
phone:+01 47 32 32 47
Musée d’histoire Locale
Explore the local history museum of Rueil-Malmaison.
Each room brings together, thematically, the works and the objects that constitute the memory of Rueil and are truly a pleasure to discover. In particular, you can admire a portrait of Richelieu, and an exceptional collection of 1600 figures representing Napoleon's Grande Armée.
Address:6 Rue Paul Vaillant-Couturier, Rueil Malmaison, 92500
phone:+01 47 32 66 50
Saucisson et Beaujolais
Traditional French cuisine served in a warm and neat setting with exposed beams.
Dine at this charming restaurant and delight in the beautiful dishes prepared with fresh produce. The chefs at this establishment pay close attention to to the quality and origin of each product, so your meal is sure to be prepared with nothing but the best ingredients Paris has to offer.
Address:4 Rue du Bel air, Rueil Malmaison, 92500
Château de Malmaison
The Malmaison is located in the town of Rueil-Malmaison in the department of Hauts-de-Seine.
Built in the 17th century, the Castle of Malmaison was the house of Napoleon Bonaparte and Josephine between 1799 and 1814. Do not hesitate to take one of the different guided tours!
Address:Avenue du Château de Malmaison, Rueil Malmaison, 92500
phone:+01 41 29 05 55
Vins et Passions
Explore the world of wine.
Come to Vins et Passions to purchase delectable French wines. If you have questions, speak with a knowledgeable employee who is sure to help you in your quest for great wine.
Address:2 Rue du Colonel de Rochebrune,, Rueil Malmaison, 92500
phone:+01 47 08 92 91
Contemporary and friendly, Café Leffe is a great spot for a beer with friends.
For the past 25 years, Café Leffe has endeavored to maintain the tradition of Leffe beer, which has been made with the same recipe since 1240. Enjoy the best beers from Leffe abbey while munching on gourmet snacks.
Address:2, Passage d'Arcole, Rueil Malmaison, 92500
phone:+01 47 49 31 86
Un Vent du Sud
A Vent du Sud offers delicious food and fine wines.
Like the south wind for which this shop is named, Un Vent du Sud brings a change to the town of Rueil Malmaison. The shop is a purveyor of delectable treats like cheeses, imported salamis, and fine wines sourced from the many vineyards of France. Enjoy a sandwich prepared at the shop, or pick up items for a picnic.
Address:1B Rue de la Réunion,, Rueil Malmaison, 92500
phone:+33 (0)9 72 32 28 01
L'Adresse takes pride in its convivial and festive atmosphere!
L'Adresse boasts an extensive cocktail menu, so you are sure to find something delicious to try. The bar also features a discounted drinks menu on Saturdays and happy hour from 6 PM to 8:30 PM on weekdays.
Address:2 Rue Hervet, Rueil Malmaison, 92500
Les écuries de Richelieu
Enjoy French gastronomy in a vaulted cellar built in the 17th century.
Nestled in a 17th century building, the Stables of Richelieu are part of a secret passageway, which makes for an exciting dining experience. Enjoy perfectly prepared French dishes while dining this enchanting place.
Address:19-21 Rue du Dr Zamenhof, Rueil Malmaison, 92500
Château de la Petite Malmaison
The Chateau de la Petite Malmaison was the private promenade of the Empress Joséphine.
Empress Joséphine received daily visitors, most often the aristocrats and royalty of France, in the fine salons found within Le château de la Petite Malmaison. The residence is located a few hundred meters from the castle of Malmaison, though the two buildings are stand separated from one another.
Address:229 Bis avenue napoléon Bonaparte, Reuil, 92500
phone:+01 47 32 02 02