Whether you’re looking for breakfast, brunch, lunch, or a fine dining experience, you won’t be left hungry on your trip to Versailles. There are two dining options inside the palace itself: the Angelina Tea Room and Restaurant and Ore, which offers breakfast, lunch, and tea menus. Ore also offers the option of Le Grand Lever, which is a large breakfast including juice and a hot drink, plus a Passport ticket to the palace, Trianon estate, and gardens. At night Ore transforms into Ducasse au Château de Versailles, a fine dining experience from the Michelin star winning chef Alain Ducasse. In the center of the gardens, you’ll find the Brasserie de la Girandole, which has a terrace and the option to take away food to eat in the park. There are also a number of orange juice kiosks in the gardens. At the border of the gardens and the park, you’ll find La Petite Venise restaurant, which offers fine Italian food. Nearby there’s also La Flottille takeaway kiosk, which offers sandwiches, salads, and drinks. There’s another terrace and takeaway restaurant outside the Trianon estate, Angelina, which offers hot and cold drinks and light meals. If you’d rather save money by bringing a picnic from home, then Plaine Saint Antoine is the area where you can kick back and relax. It’s the designated area for eating picnics or some of the takeaway food from one of the kiosks, plus it’s one of the areas where ball games are allowed.