With its range of choice, its conviviality and practicality, the food court concept is attracting more and more Parisians. These open dining areas surrounded by stands offering different kinds of food provide the opportunity to meet freely, often continuously, all day long. Here are the best Parisian food courts to try during your stay in the hotels of the Compagnie Hôtelière de Bagatelle…
The most engaged
Firstly, here’s a committed and welcoming place: the Hoba. Nestled in the 17th arrondissement in the Parc Martin Luther-King, the heart of the very trendy Clichy-Batignolles district, the HOBA is a foodie magnet as well as a space for exchanges, meetings and reflection. Workshops, conferences, and games add to the appeal of what must be the least carbon-intensive culinary proposals possible, all developed by passionately engaged chefs. On the terrace or at the counter in the beautiful buildings of the old foundry, you will easily find your place at the HOBA.
Here are two food courts which opened their doors in November 2022 but have already developed a dedicated customer base. The Food Society has set up its stalls in the heart of the brand-new Ateliers Gaîté shopping centre. This 3,500 m² space with a hipster vibe is where you can discover original, fusion or exotic cuisine, sandwiches, patisseries and more... Plenty to satisfy you throughout the day. Or head to the Halles d'Issy-les-Moulineaux historic covered market, now part of the Biltoki brand, to enjoy a traditional market atmosphere. Intimate and convivial, its food court brings together the inhabitants of the neighbourhood, the people who work in the surrounding offices, and gourmets on the go.
Come and discover a wide choice of cuisine in places that have a soul, during your stay in the hotels of the Compagnie Hôtelière de Bagatelle.
Crédit photo : Jason Leung
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