Created in 1694, two years after the launching of the Grand Canal, this complex was intended to house the shipbuilding sheds. Warships from Marseille or Le Havre were assembled there, along with a more recreational flotilla. Indeed, the royal boating outings were made in gondolas imported from Venice, reflecting the court's fascination with the city of the Doges. The site of 'Little Venice', where the guild of sailors of Versailles was housed, dissolved after the Revolution, was transformed into stables under Louis-Philippe.
Presentation of the restaurant :
Located in the the Park of the Palace of Versailles, the Restaurant la Petite Venise welcomes you in its listed site. Open every day from 11.45 am to 6pm, come and enjoy a special moment for lunch until 3.30 pm or for a simple gourmet snack in the afternoon. On sunny days, you can enjoy lunch on our shaded and flowery terrace.
Chef Robbie Pepin proposes an Italian-inspired menu against the backdrop of this original setting. Our dishes change with the seasons of the year.
- Foreign cooking
Number of seats: 100
Services and facilities of the establishment
- Maximum group capacity: 100
- Groups welcome
- Private reception rooms
- Terrace and/or garden
Prices and times
Average à la carte price : Moins de 20€
Methods of payment
- JCB card
|Closing times||Monday evening, Tuesday evening, Wednesday evening, Thursday evening, Friday evening, Saturday evening, Sunday evening|
|Detail of opening times||High season: Monday to Sunday from 11.45am to 6pm / Low season: Tuesday to Sunday from 11.45am to 5.30pm Evening opening for private hire events|
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La Petite Venise
Parc du Château de Versailles
RER - Versailles - Rive Gauche
SNCF - Versailles - Rive Droite
Bus - 171
Offer adapted to disabled visitors
- Visual disability: no obstacles to the face when circulating.
- Hearing disability: booking and/or payment possible on the website.