Le Coq Rouge


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Le Coq Rouge

This tiny restaurant is a cool, little wine bar where you can enjoy a glass of wine and something good to eat. To accompany your wine you can order anti-pasti and some tapas.


Eating out in Reims is a serious business, with countless restaurants, brasseries, and crêperies serving gourmet and classic French cuisine using fresh, local products. Many restaurants specialise in mussels (moules), which are delicacies and served with a variety of sauces. Of course, most formal meals can be accompanied by a fine bottle of Champagne from the Reims region.