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Called and made a reservation as we overnighted at CDG. When we couldn't flag down a cab, the lady at the restaurant called a uber for us. Definitely worth the fare (and wait). Great food and service for our last night in France. It's easy...More
TA reviews brought us here and we were very happy they did. From the Hyatt it was less than 10 minutes, we tried by taxi and Uber the rates were close, about 27 Euros but well worth the trip. I’m not sure how anyone would...More
A pleasant little restaurant near the cdg airport, although beware, we spent 55 Euros Roundtrip to get there from the Ibis Styles CDG.
Otherwise, a nice meal with large, satisfying portions. Foie grass and duck breast were nicely done as was the fish dish. Service...More
Such a nice and lovely place. Wonderful service every step of the way. Home cooked dishes with a twist of modern cuisine. Definitely a must go for those on business trip in the Charles de Gaulle Airport area.
Date of visit: November 2017
isabel l, Propriétaire at Auberge La Jument Verte, responded to this reviewResponded November 30, 2017
Have been trying all the restaurants in the airport area, and this one moves straight into top place. It doesn't look great from the outside, but Isabelle and her team do a great job of hosting us inside. Everyone around the table was happy with...More
Scarcely a runway's length from the heart of Charles de Gaulle Airport, this cozy little restaurant is a surprising and sophisticated establishment. The area around the airport is a rabbit warren of one way streets and the vestiges of a community that was here before...More
I had to wait overnight near Charles-de-Gaulle airport and the trip to "La Jument Verte" was really worth doing. Next time I'll plan to stay overnight around here just to get there. The carpaccio of scallops on a panacota of Jerusalem artichokes was great, and...More