More about Café Rouge - Greenwich
Set within the Hotel Ibis, just around the corner from the DLR station, National Maritime Museum and Royal Observatory, Café Rouge Greenwich serves good value French cuisine.
As part of the nationwide chain of Café Rouge restaurants, this branch offers their range of classic French dishes such as croques, beef bourguignon, confit duck and mussels. There are also lighter dishes for those with little time, and excellent value set menus for lunch and dinner (on certain days). To accompany the food is a good range of French wines, many from less well known producers.
In true French style, breakfast is also an important meal at Café Rouge. With croissants, baguettes and omelettes, as well as hot chocolate, tea and all types of coffees, it makes a great start to the day.
In the attractive London borough of Greenwich, Café Rouge is a popular choice for dining out.