Top Choice Gastronomy in Fontainebleau


Chef Kunihisa Goto caught the attention of foodies far and wide since opening here and he's since gained a Michelin star for his astonishing creations incorporating unlikely but ultimately amazing flavour combinatio…
Brasserie in Fontainebleau

Le Ferrare

Locals pile into this quintessential bar-brasserie, which has a blackboard full of Auvergne specialities and bargain-priced plats du jour (daily specials; €10.80).
Brasserie in Fontainebleau

Le Franklin Roosevelt

With wooden panelling, red banquette seating and atmosphere to spare, the Franklin keeps locals well fed: the salades composées (salads with meat or fish) are healthy and huge.
Creperie in Fontainebleau

Crêperie Ty Koz

Tucked away in an attractive courtyard, this Breton hidey-hole cooks up authentic sweet crêpes and simple (single thickness) and pourleth (double thickness) galettes (savoury buckwheat crêpes). Wash them down with t…
Patisserie in Fontainebleau


Melt-in-your-mouth macarons, in flavours like poppy seed and gingerbread, cost just €4.80 per dozen (per dozen!) at this beloved patisserie-boulangerie (bakery). Queues also form out the door for its amazing breads.
Bistro in Fontainebleau

Le Bistrot 9

Fronted by an awning-covered, timber-decked terrace (heated in winter), this locals’ favourite has a cheerful red- and yellow-painted, bare-boards interior and delicious specialties including beef tartare, poached s…
Italian in Fontainebleau

Antica Trattoria

Fontainebleau has a raft of Italian restaurants but this one is hands down the best. Steaming crispy-crust pizzas include La Melanzana (topped with grilled aubergine, pecorino and fresh basil and mint) and La Sorris…