This historic island, which was a source of inspiration for numerous Impressionists, offers a leafy escape from the hustle and bustle of the city. In the 1900’s it was a small industrial centre with its factories, printing businesses, guinguettes and boat houses; later in the 20th century factories started to close and the island became more residential.

La Guinguette de Neuilly, a café where boaters would gather for a drink or to share a meal, has retained the soul and character of these bygone times. Discover the rustic charm of a typical French Guinguette and sample delicious and authentic French bistro cuisine.

The restaurant with its bistro décor, old-fashioned stove and red benches, has retained all the charm of the historic building it is set in, and offers a warm and cosy atmosphere for indoor dining.