What Do You Want To Know?


What type of cuisine is served at Le Coin?
Our cuisine reflects our commitment to French culinary traditions.
At Le Coin du Rocher, you will taste a French cuisine composed largely of dishes that have made the reputation of our traditional cuisine: bone marr with salt Guérande, andouillette AAAAA, sirloin of Salers, duck confit, duck cassoulet, hash parmentier, haddock à la Royale, black pudding with apples, etc. Not to mention our plate of cheese, and of course our desserts such as caramel cream, rum baba with ice cream and whipped cream, vanilla crème brûlée, chocolate mousse, etc.

Do I have to reserve a table?
This is of course not mandatory, but it is really recommended because it is the best way to avoid waiting for a table to be released, especially at peak times.

You have two possibilities:
– Call us for a reservation: 01 43 87 58 96
– Make a reservation via our website:visit our page Reservation

What are the opening hours?
We are open:
– Monday through Friday: 12h00 – 14h30 / 19h00 – 23h00
– Saturday: 19h00 – 23h00

How to access the restaurant?
The restaurant is located 88, rue du Rocher, Paris 8th (see the map), close to Villiers metro station.

– By metro
Lines 2 and 3 have a stop at Villiers metro station.
On your way out, take the direction Boulevard des Batignolles (the exit on your right).
Once outside, take the first street on the right, left sidewalk (Rue du Rocher): 50 meters away, you’re there!

– By bus
The following lines serve Villiers crossroads:
RATP : Lines 30, 94
Noctilien : N16, N52

– By car
Not always easy to park in the neighborhood, but you can use a nearby car park, located at 14 avenue de Villiers, 75017 Paris.

How do you choose wines?
Over the years, we have established relationships of trust with many winemakers from most of the great vineyards of France. We make our choices from our own tastes and those of our customers, and always with special attention to finding the perfect match between dishes and wines. We are happy to offer our customers a wide variety of wines, from the greatest wines of France to little known little wines but really succulent. Ask us for advice, you will see!

Takeaway: How does it work?
In recent years, takeaway has become a pressing demand of our customers. So we decided to take the plunge and offer them to taste our cuisine directly at home. The dishes are packaged in airtight and insulated containers to keep all their flavors intact.

To order online, simply consult the dishes available on the page Takeaway. When your order is complete, simply confirm your order (Order button). The ordered dishes are then at your disposal 30 minutes at the latest (maximum) at the restaurant.

Takeaway: How long should I wait before my order is ready?
When we receive your order, we need about 15 to 20 minutes to prepare it. We usually ask for a delay of 20 to 30 minutes (maximum) before picking up your order at the restaurant.

Takeaway: How and when can I pay?
You pay only upon delivery of your order, when you pick it up at the restaurant. Methods of payment are those usually used at the restaurant: check, credit card or cash.