Check out the options for eating and drinking once you’re on site at the French Open at Roland Garros.
A ticket for Court Phillipe Chartrier and Court Suzanne Lenglen at Roland Garros lets you see a lot of tennis, especially up to the fourth round when play starts at 11am and you can be there until around 9pm at night for the last match. You need to either bring enough food to last through the day, buy food at the grounds, or a mix of both.
We bought food with us including baguettes, meats, cheeses, quiches, terrines and other tasty treats from the supermarkets, boulangeries (bakeries), and traiteurs (delis) that are easy to find in Paris.
Here is some of the food that’s available at the grounds.
The next photo of the food outlets along side Court Suzanne Lenglen was taken at qualifying. During the main draw it’s far far busier, especially between sets and matches. There are more food outlets near Court Philippe Chatrier and a few small areas of seating here and there around the grounds.
There is also a bar / restaurant area.
In the restaurant, wine costs the same as water (both were 4 Euros), although you get a little more water.
If you are a cheese-ie, also have a look at The Grand Slam of Cheese: Paris
Until next time
Grand Slam Gal